Friday
Jun012012

Kevin Stonerock began performing more than 30 years ago and has never stopped. From stage to television, from coffeehouse to concert hall, Kevin has entertained and captivated audiences from Cape Cod to Los Angeles. A consummate professional, his performing philosophy and work ethic is simple  - “Always be prepared and leave it all on the stage”. 

Stonerock’s easy-going performance style has been described as “having a conversation on the front porch with an old friend”. With original, roots-oriented “Americana” songs, Stonerock’s music bridges the gap between folk, country and rock and roll. Kevin usually performs solo, accompanying himself on guitar and harmonica.  

In addition to writing and performing, Stonerock has worn the “producer hat” on a variety of projects for others, and has worked as a session player and vocalist on hundreds of recordings. His work has received favorable reviews in  major publications including Guitar Player Magazine. A prolific writer and student of history, Stonerock  has developed six one-man dramatic characterizations which have been performed more than 3,500 times. He also wrote, directed and appeared in The Point In Time, an outdoor music/drama which ran for seven summers in Carrollton, Kentucky and Plum Creek Anthology,  which is presented annually in Vevay, Indiana. Stonerock wrote much of the music for The Point In Time and his song “Beautiful River” was featured  music for the KET television program, Kentucky Outdoors.