Kevin Beamish

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Kevin Beamish is an American record producer, sound engineer and mixer.

He was the producer and engineer of REO Speedwagon #1 album Hi Infidelity and of the hit single "Keep on Loving You", with 15 million albums and 4 million singles sold worldwide.

In the eighties, Kevin Beamish produced notable albums such as Jefferson Starship's Winds of Change (1982), Saxon’s Crusader (1984)[1] and Y&T's Contagious (1987). He started producing heavier rock like Keel, Leatherwolf, D'Molls, and into the nineties with Contraband and Michael Schenker Group.[2][3]


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