Kevin Bard

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Kevin Bard
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OriginLong Island, New York, United States
  • Pop
  • Rock Music
  • Country music
  • Songwriter
  • Producer
  • Musician
Years active2009-present
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CitizenshipUnited States of America

Kevin Bard [1] is a multi-platinum songwriter, producer, and former singer of Stereo Skyline (Columbia Records),[2] and has been signed to Sony Music since 2009. Bard has also toured with acts including Hanson, LMFAO, Third Eye Blind, and more. Throughout his songwriting career, Kevin has written Dan + Shay’s, “How Not To”, "Just The Way" by Parmalee & Blanco Brown, Fitz and The Tantrums’ "Fadeback”, "Ain’t Nobody But Me” and “Better Be Mine” by Cody Simpson, and Temecula Road’s “Fades”.

Kevin also started two bands, The Hot Damns, [3] and Wayfarers [4], both being involved in the sync world. The bands are known for their features in ads for Jeep, Target, JCPenney, Macy’s, Michelob Ultra, Orbit Gum, and Tropicana. Also having written the theme song for 19 Kids and Counting, and the theme song for ABC’s TGIT series including how to Get Away With Murder, Grey’s Anatomy, and Scandal.

Selected writing and production discography

Year Title Artist Album Role
2020 "Eyes Closed" Lakeview Single Writer
"Más Que" Alih Jey Single Writer
"Talking With Our Hands" Roadhouse (feat. Jimmie Allen) Single Writer
"Cope" Reece Young Single Writer, Producer
2019 "Better Be Mine" Cody Simpson Surfers Paradise Writer
"Just the Way" Parmalee (feat. Blanco Brown) Single Writer
"Fades" Temecula Road Single Writer
"All The Feels" Fitz and The Tantrums All The Feels Writer
"Ain't Nobody But Me" Writer
2018 "Swimming in Stars" Wayfarers Single Writer, Producer
2017 "On The Way" Marc Scibilia Single Writer, Producer
"Fadeback" Fitz and The Tantrums Fitz and The Tantrums Writer
2016 "Trade Hearts" Max & Harvey Coming Soon EP Writer
"Just Keep Breathing" We The Kings So Far Writer
"How Not To" Dan + Shay Obsessed Writer
2013 "Boomerang" The Summer Set Legendary Writer
"Sad Song" We The Kings (feat. Elena Coats) Somewhere Somehow Writer

In the media



  1. "Kevin Bard Biography".
  2. "Stereo Skyline Biography".
  3. "The Hot Damns IMDb".
  4. "Wayfarers IMDb".

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