Dr. Kevin Young is a native of Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he began his music career playing trombone and tuba at the age of 11. He attended Louisiana State University, but his academic career was interrupted by his enlistment into the United States Army. He spent nearly nine years serving his country at four separate duty stations. His assignments included the 1st Cavalry Division Band in Ft. Hood, Texas, 8th Army Band in Yongsan, Seoul, Korea, The United States Continental Army Band in Ft. Monroe, Virginia, and the 389th Army Band (AMC's own) in Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland. Four separate duty stations and nine years later, Kevin completed both the Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from Louisiana State University, as well as his DMA from Texas Tech University.
Dr. Young served as the Principal Tuba player for the Midland Odessa Symphony & Chorale, Big Spring Symphony, and the Lone Star Brass quintet. He has performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, Rapides Symphony Orchestra, Lake Charles Symphony, San Angelo Symphony, Dominion Brass Band in Virginia, and the Salt River Brass in Phoenix, Arizona. He has also performed extensively throughout the East Coast from Orlando, Florida to Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Kevin was drawn to real estate initially by observing a friend's photography business that uses a Matterport camera. The more he learned about the business, the more he wanted to be involved directly in helping families with the buying and selling of homes. His past experiences have enabled him with all the skills to provide a high level of service and be an outstanding REALTOR. His dedication, work ethic, loyalty, patience, and tenacity, make him an ideal partner not only to help his clients through the process from start to finish but to make confident and informed decisions that leave them feeling satisfied with the results.
In his spare time, Kevin is an avid cook learning new and creative Cajun recipes, but he is still learning how to create the perfect omelet. However, his favorite activity is spending time with his wife, Lee Ann, and their three dogs: Tyler, Sophie, and Myrtle.