Flint Child Star Kevelin Jones Appears at MSU Wharton Center in "The Bodyguard"
In just a few days, you will enjoy the privilege of experiencing a 12 year old performer who's been touted "the overall best child singer" according to a collective of national talent agencies. Kevelin B Jones III will appear as "Fletcher" in the critically acclaimed touring production of "The Bodyguard" from October 17-22nd 2017. The naturally gifted vocalist/actor was first realized at the tender age of three years old and went on to win a premiere elementary school talent show only three years later. His competition against students in grades K-8 was fierce but he outperformed them all in the gospel/soul genre. When Kevelin was only nine years old, he entered the AMTC International Shine Competition and won that as well. In 2016, his parents' business partner, Theresa Randleman, invited Kevelin to the Music Stage with the Historic Idlewild Festival and he received a standing ovation for stellar performance. At that point, his success was imminent.
Meanwhile, in support of the Flint Toxic Water Crusade, former Flint Northwestern all-star point guard, turned businessman, Chris McLavish CEO/President of CMB Basketball, commissioned young Kevelin to sing the National Anthem during a recent game opener. He was received with rousing applause and, again, a standing ovation for stellar performance. Kevelin is the son of an elementary school principal. His mother works as his personal manager. He has one sister, Alicea who is equally gifted in her own right. Their grandfather is Rev. Kevelin Jones of the Bountiful Love Church in the Flint, Michigan area.