Keaton Simons


Fecha de Nacimiento: 20/07/1978
Edad: 40 Signo: Cancer
Ocupación: Actor,Singer-songwriter,Musician,Film Score Composer

Keaton Simons is a Los Angeles recording and performing artist. He is signed to Best Revenge Records, his independent label created in 2012. Keaton's music has been featured on shows such as "Sons of Anarchy," "Hollywood Heights," "Private Practice," NCIS: Los Angeles, Crash, American Dad!, Harper's Island, and The Cleaner to name a few. In the Spring of 2013, Keaton released his sophomore full-length album "Beautiful Pain," on Best Revenge Records. The album was co-produced with Mikal Blue and mastered by Gavin Lurssen of Lurssen Mastering. It also includes co-writes with friends and peers Jason Mraz, Jason Reeves, Glen Phillips and Mikal Blue among others. With the exception of the drums, which are played by the United Nations’ Musical Director, Robin DiMaggio, all instruments on "Beautiful Pain" are played by Keaton. Additional featured artists on the record include Alex Al, Lenny Castro, Zac Rae, Tyler Hilton, and Tower of Power’s Bill Churchville and Sean Hill. A regular in The Hotel Café singer/songwriter circuit, Keaton Simons has been recognized by Examiner.com as achieving “cult-like” status in his hometown of Los Angeles, CA. But as most know, Keaton is far from being just an ”L.A. guy” let alone a “new artist” on the mainstream map. His debut EP "Currently" was released on Maverick Records in 2004 and his debut full-length album "Can You Hear Me" was released on CBS Records in 2008. Since then, he has toured nationally and internationally, opening for Coldplay, Train, Guster and REO Speedwagon amongst others. He has also worked as a writer, musical director, singer, bassist and guitarist with such notable acts as Gnarls Barkley, Snoop Dogg, Josh Kelley and Tre Hardson