Keith Beauvais - Biography


As an entirely self-taught musician from a musical family, Keith Beauvais has enjoyed a long and successful career in the music business, having started out playing guitar for various bands and studio projects in and around London. In 1987 Keith became a member of critically acclaimed band Ordinary Man (EMI Records). He played on all the band’s releases, including an album recorded at the legendary Abbey Road Studios.

Since the late ‘80s Keith has been very much in demand as a studio session musician, playing keyboards as well as guitar. He has played on many tracks such as the worldwide hit single Kiss by
Tom Jones and the Art of Noise, the Everything Changes album by Take That, three albums by Gary Numan, the million selling Guinness book of records entrant Pure and Simple by hearsay and on tracks for Sugababes, Liberty X, Kym Marsh and James Morrison. Recent sessions have included playing acoustic and spanish guitar on the new album One day like this by, X Factor finalist, Rhydian. This reached number 1 on the Classic Fm chart.

Keith produced many of the backing tracks for the artists and celebrities on the
BBC’s Fame Academy and then went on to work as a musician and producer on the hit US album On My Way here by American Idol artist Clay Aiken. Other notable productions include single releases for Sting, Alistair Griffin, Antony Costa (Blue) & UK reggae artist Bitty Mclean.

In 1997 he signed a worldwide publishing deal with Sony BMG music and had 10 years international success as a songwriter in the UK, USA, Europe, Scandinavia, Japan, South Korea, South Africa, Australia, Russia and Brazil. Some notable co-songwriters have included
Taio Cruz, Marc Owen, David Sneddon, Lucie Silvas, Juliet Roberts, Conner Reeves, Betty Boo & Shaun Escoffery.
Over the last 4 years Keith has been a regular composer for the award winning production music company Audio Network Ltd

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