Kevin uses music, song and storytelling to create performances that leave audiences delighted.
He draws you in.
In music school Kevin studied tuba with the late Arnold Jacobs, widely considered to be one of the finest music teachers of his time. These days you're more likely to see Kevin singing an Appalachian ballad accompanied by an autoharp, or crooning a jazzy original. But most often, it's Kevin's fiddle that's sparking on stage.
Kevin is the co-founder and fiddle player for Duck for the Oyster, a traditional dance band that has gained a loyal and growing following since its inception in 1989. He also joins Randy Sabien on stage (listen to their CD, Cap a Cup of Dreams). In Take 3, Kevin joins with Tom and Lisa to showcase his fiddle, guitar, autoharp and vocal styles. Kevin has appeared professionally with many artists including Peter Ostroushko, Ken Kolodner, Laura Risk, and The Buffalo Gals. He has toured in Europe and Canada, performed at Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua, The Madison Civic Center, and dozens of festivals.