Kevin Conaway

Kevin Conaway is an ASCAP-registered singer/songwriter with several hours-worth of original material. Kevin draws a lot of influence from alternative rock bands and artists such as Toad the Wet Sprocket, Oasis, Jimmy Eat World, Howie Day, and Guster, along with just a touch of classic and progressive rock influence from bands like Pink Floyd and Porcupine Tree. With a combination of intelligent lyrics, strong melodies, and infectious hooks, Kevin crafts songs that are bound to be stuck in your head long after hearing them.
Kevin’s music can be downloaded or streamed from all major online retailers, such as Spotify, iTunes, and Amazon.
Kevin’s music has been featured on various compilations and has been used in films.
Kevin Conaway is a solo acoustic performer who uses a loop pedal, harmonicas, and various other toys to create a textured and very unique live experience. With a repertoire of over 60 original songs and around 350 cover songs, Kevin splits his bookings by playing music venues that showcase original material and full nights at bars/wineries/breweries playing mostly cover songs. Kevin’s original material has a similar feel to 90’s and modern alternative groups and artists. Click here to see Kevin’s catalog of cover songs.
Kevin formed the rock band Highball in 1998 with high school friends. Highball was a staple in the Cleveland music scene for seven years. Following the band’s breakup, Kevin pursued music on his own, releasing his first solo album, More Than What You See, in 2006. Kevin followed that album up in 2009 with the quirky single, “Canadian Girl”. In 2010, Kevin released his most polished work yet, The Ventura EP, produced by Chris Jay and Aaron Goldberg of Army of Freshmen. In 2013, Kevin released the spiteful single and Cleveland Pride anthem, “The Day You Lost Your Crown,” and its accompanying acoustic B-side. Kevin is currently working on a new album.
Kevin graduated from the University of Akron with an MBA in Strategic Marketing in 2010. Kevin enjoys attending music conferences and continually learning about the music business. Kevin is also a beer snob, a music geek, an introvert, a professional wrestling fan, a joker, and a die-hard Cleveland Sports fan.

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