By owston, Jul 16 2018 09:05PM
Led by lead singer Kevin, as a songwriter and singer, As a songwriter and singer, he cut his musical teeth making jingles and film scores and underscores for some of the biggest advertisers in the world ( P and G, Kraft, Budweiser, etc.). Eventually, those jingles enabled Kevin to put himself through law school. After graduating, rather than pursuing law, he forged ahead in the music production business. Eventually, he landed a record deal with independent Domain Records. That label was founded by his uncle Tony Sepe, who wrote Barry White's hit single " You're My First, Last and Everything."
Continuing on his musical path, Kevin began producing other artists (including rootsy artist EJ Waters) where he penned the top 20 record " Colours of the World," and Janin, a Hispanic crossover artist he signed to EMI Mexico. There, he also scored another hit, "Como Vivir." He amassed 7 Addy Awards for Best Original Music and continued to write and produce songs.
However, Kevin’s life took a twist which slowed down his trajectory. When he was finally back on his feet he wrote, produced, and composed the soundtrack (even acted in a cameo role) in his movie, called Stonerville. It landed on Netflix and starred Leslie Nielson, Pauly Shore, and Patrick Cavanaugh.
Kevin began to write songs, that eventually would make up his debut album, herein titled “Kill The Pill”. His band, “The Road” recorded it between mid-2016 and February of 2017.
“This album is the story of my life. It is also about bringing awareness to problems like addiction, crime, and street life. I am grateful to God for saving me, and The Road's music tells that story. I hope, in a compelling, throwback, yet alternative cutting edge way. " says the lead singer.