Kevin Richards is one of the most successful and well respected Rock and Pop vocal teachers in the world. With past and present students ranging from American Idol finalists, Broadway singers to major recording artists, Kevin has carved a unique niche among Rock, Pop and Metal singers/musicians all over the world.
With a career spanning over 20 years, Kevin has sang to countless thousands of people and worked with artists from Autograph, TNA, Dokken, Twisted Sister, Belladonna, Sun Red Sun and with students from all over the world.
Kevin learned a lot about being onstage, not only by toiling away on the local club circuit averaging 150 shows per year, but while touring the Far East and Europe as lead singer in his rock band 'Eleventh Hour'. A tour that was highlighted by an appearance at an outdoor music festival in Seoul, Korea in front of 15,000 Rock music lovers. "You learn what works and what doesn't work pretty quickly with that many shows, in front of that many people; it ended up being a great classroom and proving ground for me." says Kevin.
"I want to help singers and musicians deliver the best performances they can by delivering a great show night after night. Very few people out there teach that.
With this multi-layered background under his feet, Kevin definitely has something to offer other performers who simply want to be better, vocally and professionally. Of his teaching credentials Kevin says "I've learned the importance experience plays in teaching others to do what I do. There are too many so-called vocal "coaches" out there who have never proven out what they teach. These are people putting themselves in a position of teaching others how to perform, when they themselves have never proven they can sing two hours a night, four times a week. I bring not only voice technique knowledge to the table, but I add years of actual performing experience on top of that to offer a unique perspective on live singing. I don't want to just teach you how to sing well, I want to show you how to be a great performer".