Nature troubadour, Ken Bevis, enjoys playing his songs for people.
Unfortunately, COVID has pretty much squished this habit!
Bevis works as a wildlife biologist, and still writes and plays everyday. He has been songwriting for over 40 years, and since moving the Methow Valley in 2008, where he has blossomed in our rich musical community.
Ken produced his 2 CDs working with Chris “Breathe” Frue in a recording studio in a cabin deep in the mountains, starting in 2015. Each song was crafted into a final version, then other voices and instruments were added one at a time, and carefully layered into the composition. Each musician interpreted each song in their own original way. This makes the musical collaboration unique, amazing and beautiful.
Ken was featured in the Wenatchee World newpaper. Read the article here.
He was also interviewed by Dan Maher of NW Public Radio on May 11, 2019. Check the archived interview here.
He will be doing several Zoom House concerts this winter, stay tuned.