Born in Cleveland, Ohio on February 11, 1988 Kevin Workman took piano lessons at Lentine's Music between the ages of 4-6. As he become a teenager his father gave him an Epiphone acoustic guitar and showed him some chords and simple songs. Later a friend of the family moved in and would teach Kevin some alternative rock/ metal songs, eventually they would form a cover band know as "Sonar". After Sonar broke up a friend of Kevin's brought an Orange county refugee to stay at the house for a while, his name was Chris-Dude. Kevin and Chris-Dude would go on to learn many songs together and also party most triumphantly over the course of the next few years. Chris-Dude played in a band named S.T.Y.C.T.O. for a short time and after he left Kevin also joined up with the band. S.T.Y.C.T.O. was short lived and eventually disbanded after about a year. After S.T.Y.C.T.O. Kevin and Chris-Dude would form a band with Blake Bolser on vocals known as "Probable Cause" which specialized in playing alternative rock from 1994. Eventually Kevin became encumbered by drugs and alchol and moved away from home, he stopped playing regularly and began working two jobs. After a few years Kevin re-emerged in the music scene as guitarist for the L.B. Easy band playing Jazz R&B and neo-soul. After a year with the L.B. Easy band many members had decided to split ways and Kevin became the guitarist for The Late Show Band, playing very similar sounds to the L.B. Easy band. The Late Show Band proved to be very unpredictable and eventually split into two bands, one being The Late Show and the other being known as The Perfect Fit. In The Perfect Fit band Kevin was introduced to Donnie Jones who was playing keyboards for them and through Donnie Kevin was vicariously introduced to many other musicians around town, including Don Williams. Don Williams is the founder of the band "Karizma" whom Kevin is currently affiliated with (Kevin is also affiliated with The Late Show Band and The Perfect Fit) and is gigging reguarly around the NE Ohio area.