Kevin has enjoyed a varied career spanning 25 years. He began his career as founder of the British funk band Liberty and was not only the Musical Director, but Producer, Writer and Keyboard Player. The band won Capital Radio's Band of The Year in 1993 and supported Wet, Wet, Wet on their UK tour at Wembley Arena. They went on to receive staunch support from Kiss FM, and released material in the US, UK and Benelux countries to critical acclaim. In 2002, Kevin won a 'passing off' case in the High Court against Richard Branson's V2 Records and TV pop band 'flopstars' 'Liberty X' over unauthorised use of the name "Liberty".
Kevin's reputation is infamous in the music industry is second to none, as not only is he an exceptional businessman but also a highly skilled Musical Director, Keyboard Player, Producer and Writer.
Kevin has gone on to create, manage, musically direct and perform in many live shows and high profile events with Artists such as Lemar, Heatwave, Aswad, Alexander O'Neal, The Temptations, Loose Ends, Romina Johnson, Edwin Starr, Beverley Knight, Jamelia, Shola Ama, Shaun Escoffery, Odyssey, Ken Boothe, Leon Ware, Womack & Womack, Kenny Thomas, Cover Drive and Dionne Bromfield to name a few.
Kevin is also known for his studio production skills and has worked with Artists such as Lemar, Basement Jaxx, Romina Johnson, Lisa Millet, Kathy Brown, KayJay, Madasun and Audley Anderson (Fame Academy), producing, writing and arranging original material and remixes.
Kevin also currently performs as session musician and Musical Director for corporate bands 'Miami Spice' and musical Prince tribute 'Paisley Park'.
Kevin is endorsed by Cosmic Ears, In-Ear Monitoring.
KayJay has worked in the music industry for 20 years and is best known for her silky, soulful vocals on the 2007 No.13 UK chart hit 'Last Night A DJ Saved My Life' by Seamus Haji.
KayJay has been writing songs and performing since her school days and started her professional career working with various function bands whilst at college studying Media. KayJay then went on to tour the Caribbean performing on the cruise ships. When she returned to London she got her 'big break' on the session scene singing backing vocals with Alexander O'Neal, featuring Cherelle and supporting Earth, Wind & Fire on a massive European tour. This in turn, lead to working alongside numerous other Artists such as Shola Ama, Lisa Stansfield, Stereophonics, Rose Royce, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Gabrielle, Roni Size, Joceylyn Brown, Estelle, Imagination, Loose Ends, Jamiroquai, Romina Johnson and many others.
KayJay was formerly lead vocalist with 80's Soul/Funk band Odyssey and worked alongside original member Steven Collazo and Michelle John (The Voice Finalist 2017 & LCGC Member) touring the UK, Europe & the US.
KayJay is an ex-Vocal Tutor and taught Vocal Performance, Media & Music Business at London's British Academy of New Music - Access To Music and managed a year group of 30 students for 2 years.
KayJay is an accomplished business woman with many years Legal Executive Assistant experience and has worked at most of the major London Media/Entertainment law firms and for the Chairman of the PPL. KayJay also has a Masters in Music Business Management and graduated from the University of Westminster. KayJay heads up our Virtual Business Support service, In Harmony.
KayJay is an Artist in her own right and has co-written her debut solo single, 'Natural High' which was licensed to four independent record labels in 2019 and achieved a No. 6 in the Music Week Commercial Pop Charts. KayJay also co-directed the video.
KayJay also recently featured on a dance rework of Janet Jackson's 80's classic, 'When I Think Of You' remixed by PlayHard, PS1 and Blackfire Beats, this went on to achieve a No. 2 in the Music Week Commercial Pop Charts.
KayJay's debut album, 'Intuition' features some of the UK's premier session musicians and is also due for release later this year.
KayJay has co-written many dance tracks is always writing new material and collaborating with various other Artists and Producers.
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