Kevon Re'Mon'Te Kevon, singing at the age of 3, was born into a musical family that used singing or instrument playing just to pass the time. Performing in night clubs as the age of 14, Kevon's first group to perform with was the "Soft Tones". During these early years, Kevon sang in Doo Wop groups. Performing on stage with "The Manhatten's", "The Jones", "Bohannon" and many more. In the Eighty's Kevon signed with RCA Records recording his single, "A Place For Love", that was released. He went on to record background vocals for many other projects. In the ninety's Kevon decided to go back to the giver of gifts, singing Gospel with the Stella Award Winning Choir, "New Jersey Mass". During the time Kevon was singing with "New Jersey Mass" he also sang background for Garth Brooks at the 1994 Grammy's. Singing behind the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin on 5 different occasions, Kevon also appeared with her on the nationally televised "Aid's Benefit Concert", along with Elton John, Rod Steward, Smokey Robinson, Dustin Hoffman, Robert DeNiro, Bonnie Raitt and Gloria Estefan. Kevon has a four octave vocal range. Kevon's natural baritone comes so exceptionally close to the sound of Nat King Cole, it impresses all who listen. In 2002, Kevon began performing Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra for senior centers and assisted living homes in Virginia, Maryland and D.C. In 2006 Kevon moved to Branson Missouri to perform with the show "Tops and Temps". Currently he is performing on center stage at the Branson Showcase, acting and singing in the gospel play "Isle Of Dreams" under the direction of Michael O'Hara, 4 -time Grammy Award Writer, and performing at "Club Vegas", a dinner theatre. In 2007 he has been signed to be singing weekly at the "Chateau On The Lake". Kevon's newest release "To All The World I Sing My Music" was written by Mark Traversino and produced by Gary Paxton.