A talented and high-energy performer, this Virginia singer/songwriter mesmerizes crowds with a diverse stage show that highlights his talents and draws on his melting pot of musical influences. Artists ranging from Hip Hop trendsetters to Country icons have inspired Kevin, and he pulls musical threads from each genre to create a magical weave all its own. With a keen-edged vocal and immediately identifiable sound, Kevin can give an audience passion, pain or joy, and can convey a lust for life, love and the pursuit of happiness while doing it. On his up-tempo numbers, he is a hilarious, enthusiastic wild man on stage; on ballads, he is a saddened, somber, sober man who can make you weep. Kevin is, in short, electrifying. This is a Country artist unlike anything any artist you’ve ever seen, and he’s proud of it. “Music is all about emotion to me,” the singer states. “There’s a little intuition involved in reading an audience, but the bottom line is that you’ve got to want to give them your all.”
A flip-flop, tank top-wearing beach-cruisin’ long tall drink of water, Kevin jump started his career in 2014 with an L.A. publishing deal. Kevin has honed his craft and his performance skills and now he’s as hot on stage as he is in the writing room. He’s shared the floodlights with a massive list of today’s superstars, including Kenny Chesney, Trace Adkins, LO CASH, Rascal Flatts, Kip Moore, and The Band Perry. At venues ranging from massive festivals to mid-size fairs, and from intimate theaters to in-the-round “writers’ nights,” Kevin proves time and again he knows how to read and please a crowd. He’s written with legendary Nashville hit makers Keith Stegall and Buddy Cannon, and Grammy award-winning songwriters Wyatt Durrette and Levi Lowery (“Colder Weather,” “The Wind”), and “young blood” tunesmiths who’ve penned hits for Zac Brown Band, Garth Brooks, George Strait and Alan Jackson. Currently signed to Stegall’s Dreamlined Entertainment label, Kevin is working on his debut album. “Take a sandy beach, mix it with some blue water, add a Corona, a guitar, a good song and a good singer! That’s how you make a Kevin Mac.” Stegall states.