Kevin Rene Cadogan is an American musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, and guitarist. A founding member of the band Third Eye Blind, he performed with the band from 1993 to 2000. He co-wrote some of Third Eye Blind's most notable hits, including "How's It Going to Be", "Losing a Whole Year", and "Graduate", 10 of the 14 songs on their debut album Third Eye Blind as well as six of the 13 tracks on his final collaboration with the band in their second album Blue. Cadogan and Stephan Jenkins signed a recording contract with Elektra Records in May 1996 which was later reported as the largest recording deal ever for an unsigned artist and launched Third Eye Blind into stardom. In 2011, Cadogan was honored on the show Pensado's Place by record producer Eric Valentine.
|Birth name:||Kevin Rene Cadogan|
|Born:||August 14, 1970, Oakland, California, US|
|Origin:||Berkeley, California, US|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, singer, songwriter, record producer, guitarist|
|Associated acts:||Third Eye Blind, XEB, Radio Angel, Seven Cinematic, Cadogan & Salazar|
|Website:||Kevin Cadogan's Official site|
|Twitter:||Kevin Cadogan's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Kevin Cadogan's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Kevin Cadogan's IMDb|
About Kevin Cadogan
Singer, songwriter, and guitarist for the rock band Third Eye Blind who was responsible for hits like "Graduate" and "How's it Going to Be."
Kevin Cadogan Before Fame
He started playing the guitar when he turned twelve. In his early twenties, he graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in broadcast communication.
Achievement of Kevin Cadogan
He has released solo recordings, including the albums Wunderfoot, 12 days in Studio A, and Thousand Yard Stare.
Kevin Cadogan Family Life
He grew up in England for two years while his father was on sabbatical, and holds dual citizenship in Ireland and America.
Associations of Kevin Cadogan
He worked with Stephan Jenkins in Third Eye Blind.
Information related to Kevin Cadogan
- Berkeley High School (Berkeley, California) alumni
- Musicians from Oakland, California