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Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Band R&B Soul


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"Pieces And A Dream"

But the vibrancy of the evening comes from it's abundatly talented singers, Kevin-Anthony struts through one of the shows best songs and later, just as winningly, wails through a James Brown-ish number. - Theater

"Finely Tuned,dab of "Grease" works"

Kevin-Anthony brings down the house - Boston Herald

"This Grease is dynamite"

Kevin-Anthony stops the show as the soul-singing Teen Angel - The Spectator


Kevin-Anthony stole half the show...His energy is remininscence of James Brown and so are some of his moves. - The Baltimore Sun

"Colonials "Grease!"; '50s delight"

But it's Kevin-Anthony who steals the show.... - The Boston Globe


The spectacular Kevin-Anthony as soul singer - The Hollywood Reporter

"Sleepwalking "Dreamgirls""

Only Kevin-Anthony, as the James-Brownish swivel hipster James Thunder Early, throws himself entirely into his role. He's a bundle of energy in a show that could use more. - USA Today


Still working on that hot first release.



With over 20 years in the entertainment industry, Kevin-Anthony brings a breadth of experience as a performer. His vocal abilities and charismatic performance style have thrilled audiences in 38 countries. Not compfortable with just the norm he has stretched his vocal chops to include; a series of children videos for Nickelodeon and The Learning Channel, and a featured performer at the White House for President Clinton and Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton. For his leading roles on Broadway, he has been favorably reviewed by some of the most prominent newspapers across America including USA Today, The NY Times, The Washington Post among others. His music range and style puts him in the company of Peabo Bryson, Oleta Adams, Jennifer Holiday and Donny Hathaway. He sings with passion that only experience bring. With a falsetto that soars with a crisp clarity and a belt that would make Etta James rattle, he takes a song and tells a story. Having been on the edge of success and felt the warmth of it's light he is able to touch an audience and encourage them to keep reaching for the stars. His commitment to the performing arts and business ethic has earned him the respect of his industry both on and off the stage.