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Now with his electric new show,
Silver Screen Serenade,
Rob pays tribute to the greatest movie songs
of all time including “Besame Mucho”
from Follow The Boys,
“Sway” from The Wedding Date,
“Under The Sea” from The Little Mermaid,
“The Prayer” from Quest For Camelot,
“This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman,
“Crazy Little Thing Called Love”
from Bohemian Rhapsody,
“Unchained Melody” from Ghost
and so many more.
An unforgettable evening not to be missed!!
Yaron Gershovsky, Musical Director for the Grammy Winning,
“Manhattan Transfer” is the musical director and pianist for this show.

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“… a really talented singer and what a great voice!”
“This will truly be a special night out!”

— Valerie Smaldone / Five-time Billboard Award-winning media personality

“I really enjoyed singing with such a super-talented, rising star.”

— Jennifer Holliday /  Tony and Grammy Award Winner

“He has the talent. He really showed his vocal prowess on “Somewhere” from West Side Story,
which made the
 most of his classically trained voice. Closing with “The Prayer” and “This Is Me,”
Kevlin showed that he has power and range, and can also sing with sensitivity.“ 

— Andrew Poretz /  Theater Pizzazz

         “Rob Kevlin brought his new show Silver Screen Serenade to Feinstein’s/54 Below.
His show pays tribute to the greatest
 movie songs of all time including ‘Besame Mucho’
from Follow The Boys, ‘Sway’ from The Wedding Date, ‘Under The Sea’ from Disney’s The Little Mermaid,
and so many more. I enjoyed his show very much.” 

Magda Katz /  Time Square Chronicles

         “Rob Kevlin cleverly intertwined nine decades of some of the very best songs from Hollywood movies
into a fast-moving, very
 entertaining show. The songs crossed many genres and Kevlin displayed
his ability to rock, swing, and perform a
 soft ballad.  He was backed by a trio
led by music director/pianist Yaron Gershovsky, MD Manhattan Transfer.”

— Ron Forman /  ASA – Cabaret Scenes



Rob Kevlin has performed in notable venues in NYC such as Feinstein’s/54 Below, the Friars Club, 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.

Swing Out!

Big Band Jazz Show

Tribute to the Great American Art Form of BIG BAND Jazz!

FeaturingRob 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,

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”.


Latest Album

Rob’s musical sound has been described as a cross between Josh Groban and Michael Buble. In “It’s a New Day,” his latest album, Rob showcases his unique tone and breathtaking vocals  with inspirational melodies by renowned songwriters.


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