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Jammin’ with Kevin Fox

Kevin Fox: guitar/vocals
John Kays: bass/vocals
Kevin Cooper: guitar/keyboard/vocals
Bill McCarthy: drums/vocals

Kevin Fox has certainly created his own brand of music over the past decade or so. His Acoustic Pop Rock would fit just as nicely on NKU as Q102. Kevin’s lively originals listen radio ready to any ears. You can hear several examples on his site (kevinfoxband.com).
Weaved with wit and poetic humor Kevin has a handle on a current pop sound unlike any other Cincy Artist. His style shifts through gears but stays solidly branded. My pick on the list is the fast paced Chambawamba style tune “Doesn’t Do It (For Me)”. This cool diddy bounces you through teen angst, anticipation and aggravation of never being alone long enough to get your girlfriend’s knickers down. It’s gotta great hook and a hit ready melody.
Don’t let all the “pop” references fool you into thinking Kevin Fox can’t rock. Every now and then he cuts loose on some searing string bending. It’s pop with soul.
And that’s just the original work. See him live at the pub and the set list is only limited to your imagination. He breezes though cool music old & new, loves requests (a rare thing) and owns most any he plays. He looks like he’d be more likely seen building a pub rather than rocking one. Yet, the old boy has made many a loyal fans and has a good following to prove it.
Some compare him to Dave Matthew’s, Barenaked Ladies and the like. I hear a similarity, but Kevin is just Kevin. A singer songwriter who has carved out a cool niche in a tough biz. A man who can get by fine with a four man electric band or solo with his six string. He’s a professional musician by any standard.
Whether in his full band, playin’ solo or paired up with band mate Kevin Cooper the music is alive. Coop brings his own element of style, virtuoso and harmony to the music. It’s double the pleasure - double the fun!
Check out the show when you see the name. He won’t be hard to find, he plays as many gigs as Bob Cushing and Sonny Moorman (6-7 days a week). His February dates are too numerous to list here so see his schedule on our site, his or our band guide.

 

 

 

 

 

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