Kevin was an announcer on Contact 89FM from 1995 to 1998 and did a number of shows at varying times, including Tuesday and Friday breakfast shows, the Top 13, Sunday brunch, talkback (co-hosted with Michael Doube) and full-time brekky producer/co-host with Scott Newth and Dean Ballinger from June 1997 to March 1998. He did Tuesday overdrive from March 1998 until the station closed in June 1998.
After the station became UFM, Kevin did a guest slot on Greg Page's breakfast show under the pseudonym Buck Rox, talking about celebrities of the past and what they had done in their post-celebrity lives.
Kevin did a stint on the WSU executive in 1997. He played guitar and bass with Aaron Watkinson and Dean Ballinger in Huckery, and with Geoff Doube and Nick Thomas in Phaser. He also played lead triangle with Spokey Dokey at one of the performance cafes.
Between 1996 and 1999, Kevin reviewed about 150 CDs for the Waikato Times' Sounds page.
In 2004 Kevin hosted a breakfast show on Cambridge University Radio, unleashing Hamilton music on the unsuspecting masses (well, the 10 people who were listening at the time).
Kevin now lives on Waiheke Island with his wife Jane and children. He works in Auckland as an intellectual property and media lawyer.