Rob Kevlin has performed in notable venues in NYC such as Carnegie Hall,
Swing 46, the Metropolitan Room, the Master Theatre, Iguana, and Davidzon Radio.
He has graced the concert stage numerous times with virtuoso pianist Leonid Ptashka and renowned violinist, Sanya Kroitor.
Rob was also honored to perform with Russian legend, Aida Vedisheva, for her Hurricane Sandy Fundraising Gala,
“Come On, Support, New York, New York” at the Writers Guild Theatre in California.
The show was hosted by Rachel Reenstra from ABC-TV.
Rob was presented with the “Singing Liberty Award” for his dedication
and generous support of the victims of the Superstorm SANDY on the 1st Anniversary.
“He has the voice, looks, and stage presence, but what makes him special is how he connects with an audience.
It’s a warmth that can’t be taught,and it is what makes Kevlin stand out from the crowd.”
— Kate Merlino, Former Senior Publicity Manager at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
“… a really talented singer and what a great voice!…”
— Valerie Smaldone, Former On-Air Personality at 106.7 Lite FM
and Imaging Announcer at 1010WINS
“Your rendition of ‘My Funny Valentine’ made my blood fl ow faster. It was the best.
Your gyrations during your performance were not only entertaining but also provocative.”
— Frank D, Fan
Featuring – Rob Stoneback, Kathy Jenkins, Rob Kevlin
SWING OUT! is an exciting concert show
full of original arrangements of pop, broadway and jazz standards.
Interspersed with duets, personal patter and individual stories,
Swing Out ENTERTAINS!
You’ll hear golden nuggets like
“It Don’t Mean a Thing (if it Ain’t Got That Swing)”
and “A Night in Tunisia” as well as
Stoneback’s smokin’ vocal arrangements of
“Getting to Know You” and “Mack the Knife.”
Jenkins electrifies with her Minnelli-ish version
of “My Favorite Things” and
Streisand’s “Come Rain or Come Shine”.
Kevlin thrills with his soulful bluesy version of
“Feeling Good” and wows with his rendition of
Buble’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”.