About Kevin Rudolf
Kevin Winston Rudolf is an American singer, song writer, musician and music producer. He was born and raised in New York City. If you wish to know more about this amazing rock star, here are some of the information that you need to know.
Kevin was born into a family of musicians. His mother is a singer and his father is a disc jockey. His parents loves music and that is why he was named Winston -- a homage to John Winston Lennon. According to him, his parents influenced her a lot to be a musician.
He was given a guitar for a gift by his grandfather and he quickly developed skills in playing the guitar. With the motivation that his mother gave him, he practiced a lot and it showed on the way he performs. He started playing in a band. However, he soon realized that the tension and arguments governing the band can become too much for him. That is why he decided to make a move himself. He started creating music, creating the melodies and writing lyrics.
His very first album took 9 months to be finished. All the material were provided by him but the music was provided by Mark Saunders. He signed under the record label -- Maverick. The album was released under the name -- Binocular. One song from the album was used in the TV show “smallville”. The album did gain great reviews however, most of the people all over the world has not provided attention to his music.
His major success is his hit single “Let It Rock” from his album titled “In the City”. It gained great success, placing the 5th rank on Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 chart. His hit single has been heard in various sporting events. In fact, his song was listed by BMI being the second most-played single in NHL, MLB and NFL stadiums and arenas. During that time, Rudolf has become quite popular and he went on various concert tour and live shows which many people go to.
Aside from the success of his albums, Kevin has also received various awards. In 2010, his single “Let It Rock” has received BMI Pop Awards. This goes the same with her other singles “Halfway Gone” and “Good Girls Go Bad”.