Freddie has been immersed in the world of a cappella for over fifteen years. He got his start with his high school group, The Coppertones. He started the college group, Five O'Clock Shadow at Northwestern University. After graduation, he toured nationally with his professional a cappella group, VOCOMOTION. After the group split up, Freddie opened VOCOMOTION Studios.
He has produced over 90 a cappella albums at VOCOMOTION, winning several Best Of College Acappella (BOCA) Awards and Contemporary Acappella Recording Awards (CARA). He serves an album reviewer for the Recorded Acappella Review Board (RARB), reviewing over 40 albums for the online publication. He is the creator of The Thumper, the world's only throat microphone designed specifically for vocal percussion.
Freddie toured as the frontman of the hard-rock band Gaskit for four years. He is a two-time winner of Songs Inspired By Literature Songwriting Competition (SIBL). Gaskit opened for national acts Godsmack, Tantric, Drowning Pool, SOiL, and Dark New Day. Gaskit did a world-record national tour in 2004, playing in 50 states in 50 days. Their single "Peel This Away" featured on television show Jake 2.0 on UPN Network.
Freddie holds both a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Northwestern University.
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Kevin currently resides in Boston, MA. Professionally, Kevin last performed with the group 4 The Record based in Central Ohio. Kevin had a major influence on the a cappella scene at the University of Maine, helping to double the amount of contemporary a cappella groups from 2 to 4. He started the group Bear Vocals in 2003, and helped in forming a group called Mixed Nuts in 2007 acting as the music director for two years. During his undergraduate years he also was the Vocal Percussionist for the University of Maine Steiners for 3 years logging over 300 performances with that organization and winning numerous Vocal Percussion awards.
Kevin has logged over 1000 musical performances and is constantly looking for new opportunities to be on stage. Kevin teaches vocal percussion lessons, seminars, and performs as a solo performing artist as a beatboxer and standup comic in the New England Area. He also is very passionate about helping new high school students achieve their dreams of higher education. He currently works in the Admissions Office at Wheelock College in Boston.
Kevin holds Masters in Higher Education with a concentration in Performing Arts Development and a Bachelors of Music in Vocal Music Education from the University of Maine.