This year, Kevin produced a new album for Jen Chapin entitled Reckoning, mixed Bobby McFerrin's critically-acclaimed CD, Spirityouall (Sony Masterworks) and produced and mixed two singles for AJ Croce.
Kevin was in Australia working with Aussie indie-rock darlings, goodbyemotel, on their debut release and mixed the debut by Austin rockers Until June. Earlier, he mixed multi-platinum Canadian artist Johnny Reid's Fire It Up (EMI Canada) and Tina Malia's The Lost Frontier CD. Previously, Kevin recorded the debut release for The Kin (Interscope) for producers Tony Visconti and Nic Hard.
In 2011, he mixed music for the second season of the HBO show, Treme. Kevin was also in the studio working with Elvis Costello on a track for the Mike Nichols' film One Day, produced and mixed Johnny Reid's A Place Called Love-Live In Concert. Previously, Kevin co-produced and mixed Paula Cole's Ithaca (Decca) CD and recorded and mixed Lizz Wright's Fellowship (Verve/Forecast) CD. Kevin also remixed the single "Slice" by Five For Fighting (Wind Up) for Triple A radio.
Kevin's mixed most the music for the first season of the HBO series Treme including Dr. John's "Indian Red", Elvis Costello and Allen Toussaint "The Greatest Love" and John Boutte's "At The Foot of Canal Street".
For Sugarland's multi-platinum 2008 release, Love On The Inside (Mercury), Kevin mixed the album and enjoyed three Number One hits on the Billboard Country Singles Charts: "All I Want to Do", "Already Gone" and "It Happens".
Growing up in a large family of eight children, Kevin was exposed to the disparate tastes of his elder siblings at a very young age. These varied influences included a healthy dose of Motown, the Beach Boys, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, Thin Lizzy and Free among others. He also became an avid fan of Europe's first pirate commercial radio station, "Radio Luxembourg," and the BBC's" Old Grey Whistle Test" which was responsible for introducing a plethora of new and emerging artists in non-formatted broadcasts.
In the last few years, Kevin received 5 Grammy awards for his contributions to the Shakira release "Oral Fajacion". In 2004, he co-founded the first music online collaboration website -eSession - with his friend Gina Fant Saez. He recently mixed his first country artist - Sugarland and scored a # 1 hit. Kevin continues to work in a variety of genres and has also completed albums for Toronto based rock outfit, Pilot Speed, the great Allen Toussaint, Signature Sound Gospel Quartet and indie artist, Rachael Sage.
In December 2009, Kevin was nominated for a Grammy in the Best Jazz Instrumental Category for his work on Allen Toussaint's The Bright Mississippi.