About Kevin Brown

Kevin Brown is a bass player in the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut Metropolitan Area.  He also is a university teacher and professional audiobook narrator.

Recent performances and recordings include sessions at Abbey Road Studios in London with the Rock Opera Orchestra.  He has played hundreds of theatrical, pops, jazz, and classical concerts at venues ranging from Carnegie Hall to the Metropolitan Museum; from the Cutting Room in Manhattan to the Bedford in London; from 42nd Street’s Signature Theater to the prestigious Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey.  He has backed entertainment acts including Joan Rivers, Bob Newhart, Marvin Hamlisch, Regis Philbin, Rich Little, and the Drifters.

He has played with the Staten Island Symphony, Metro Lyric Opera, Orchestra of St. Peter-by-the-Sea, New Jersey Pops, New Jersey Ballet, and , Monkeyworks Music Ensemble.

He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Jazz Studies and Master of Music degree in Double Bass from the University of North Texas.  He is an adjunct professor on the music faculty at Montclair State University; teaches music theory at Wharton institute for the Performing Arts in Berkeley Heights, NJ; lectures on popular music at Fairleigh Dickinson University; and is available for private bass lessons.