On the Green Productions
Kevin Beamish is a veteran Recording Producer, Engineer, Mixer, Songwriter and Musician. He is credited with over 100 Million record sales which include multi-platinum hits in multiple genres, Rock, Pop, Country, Heavy Metal, R&B & Jazz. Most notably, Beamish co-produced, engineered, sang background vocals, and mixed 5 albums for REO Speedwagon including:
“Hi Infidelity," “Nine Lives," “Good Trouble," "A Decade of Rock and Roll” and “The Second Decade of Rock and Roll”. “Hi Infidelity” produced sales of over 20 million records worldwide, including the classic hits "Keep On Loving You" and "Take It On The Run." The RIAA 10X Diamond Award was presented to REO Speedwagon and Kevin Beamish August 17, 2017 for the hallmark rock and roll album “Hi Infidelity” (1980); which remains number 62 in the top 100 Billboard top sales of all time (image above courtesy of the UPI). Kevin mixed 8 albums for Kenny Chesney which produced over 30 million in sales. Kevin has worked with many Country Music Stars, mixing 50+ #1 singles including Chesney, Reba, Brooks & Dunn, Colin Raye and many more since his move to Nashville in 1994.
Kevin has worked with many artists in different genres and has to his credit, multiple productions spanning four decades. A few of Beamish’s artists credits include SAXON, Jefferson Starship, Y&T "Summertime Girls," Rose Tattoo & Angry Anderson, The Mighty Clouds of Joy (Grammy Certificate to the Engineer), Kenny Chesney (Mixer), REO Speedwagon, Lenny Williams (Tower of Power), Eric Carmen, Leatherwolf, British rock band Charlie, Australian pop-rock group Uncanny X-Men and a variety of talented artists. Beamish's first mixing opportunity was the Miracles Album “City of Angels” which netted the number one iconic single "Love Machine." The single “Love Machine” sold over one million in single sales, hitting number one worldwide in every country that had a rock/pop/R&B chart at the time.
As a writer/composer/co-writer, Beamish has had multiple songs recorded including "Suddenly" by Angry Anderson (Rose Tattoo) which reached number 2 in Australia, England, and Europe and was later used as the “Wedding Song” for the UK TV prime time soap opera series “Neighbours.” Beamish also co-wrote and had cuts with Wilson Pickett, Saxon, Boulevard, Cold Sweat, Shok Paris, Leatherwolf, Gregg Rolie (Journey, Santana) and the Henry Paul Band.
An extensive list of producer, engineer and writers’ credits can be found on Allmusic.com.