Grammy nominated songwriter/producer/engineer/multi-instrumentalist, Kevin Kadish is a renaissance man for the iPod generation. He has written for such a wide range of projects that his resumé looks like the play list for the world’s most eclectic DJ, spanning the realms of pop, rock, hip-hop, country, and christian. After graduating high school, he attended The Berklee College of Music in Boston, on a Professional Songwriting scholarship, and studied Film Scoring. After years of touring both solo acoustic and with his band, Stereolife, Kevin met producer Matt Serletic who brought him to Warner Chappell as his “staff-writer”. While there, he co-wrote “Be There For You”, a standout track on Willie Nelson’s 2002 “comeback” album, The Great Divide. He co-wrote the songs, “(There’s Gotta Be) More to Life” & “Stuck” for pop singer Stacie Orrico. “(There’s Gotta Be) More to Life” & “Stuck” have had a significant life beyond just the album. The songs have appeared on the soundtrack to the television shows “The Simple Life” and “That’s So Raven,” the popular animated motion picture “Robots,” as well as on several compilations totaling nearly 11 million albums sold.
Kadish has collaborated with the singer/songwriter Jason Mraz on his sophomore effort, Mr. A-Z, producing and writing both singles (“Wordplay” and “Geek In The Pink”). Other songwriting/production credits include work with Coldwater Jane (Universal Nashville), Taylor Hicks (Arista), Hayden Panetierre (Hollywood), Tal Bachman (Sony), Bif Naked (Lava/Atlantic), Lucy Woodward (Atlantic), el Pus (Virgin),
legendary Motley Crue bassist, Nikki Sixx among others.
Kadish’s, a multi-instrumentalist, has played guitar on platinum-selling artist Rob Thomas’ 2005 release Something To Be, contributed guitars, vocals, bass, keys, and programming to a number of projects including work on the aforementioned releases by Jason Mraz, Taylor Hicks, Stacie Orrico, el Pus and Bif Naked.