Kēvens (Kēvens Bendix Celestine) is an American actor, singer and songwriter, residing in Miami, Florida. His performance history at festivals worldwide, includes the inaugural 1999 Ultra Music Festival in Miami Ultra Korea in Seoul, Korea, the Root Society Dome at Burning Man, at the Black Rock Desert, Nevada, the White Nights Festival in St. Petersburg, Russia, the One Love Fest in Takamatsu, Japan, and Earthdance Music Festival in CA, and Toyama, Japan, to name a few. Kēvens is an EDM pioneer, and according to Miami.com, Kēvens is "one of the first to blend a live band with electronic dance music" and name his particular style of fusion "an exceptionally unique sound." In 2001, Jane’s Addiction frontman Perry Farrell, also performing on the Zen Music Festival 2000 lineup, and was featured on the cover of MIXER magazine (the U.S. subsidiary of Mixmag)in 2001. Farrell is quoted, “…people have commented to me that the DJ Culture is drying up. I look at them and want to smack them. The only thing that it needs is to be infused with live players.” Farrell identified groups developing as "live performers". He continued, “Kevins [sic] in Miami and Roni Size too. This is where the music is heading.” Kēvens has guested with Tom Holkenborg, aka Junkie XL, a Grammy-nominated multi-platinum producer renowned for his extensive film scoring credits. Most recently, the 2021 Zack Snyder's Justice League (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), who in 2006, Kēvens toured with in Japan. The highlight was performing at ageHa, in Tokyo, a venue world-renowned for its Octagon sound system. He has also performed with such acts as Damian Marley, Stephen Marley, Rabbit in the Moon, Heavyweight Dub Champion, and Liberation Movement, who described his style as "theatrical rock reggae".Kēvens' single, titled "Legal Dreamers," skyrocketed up the Jamaican Singles Charts, reaching No. 10 on September 1, 2023.

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