Born in Point Pleasant, New Jersey and growing up in Ocean City, Kevin Whelan has always had music in the forefront of his life. His biggest most formal gig came in the form of one of the catchiest and most thoughtful indie rock groups of the ’90s, The Wrens. Last year, Whelan released the debut album from his new project, Aeon Station. Learn more about Kevin Whelan’s journey with contributing writer Jaci Jedrych, including his most indispensable artist tool, best advice for aspiring musicians, and his special message in recognition of Autism Awareness Month.
More to Watch By Jaci Jedrych Aeon Station’s latest release, Observatory, is a hardy, heart-warming album that celebrates the perseverance of the human spirit. Longtime Wrens member Kevin Whelan worked with bandmate Jerry MacDonald, guitarist Greg Whelan, indie rock veteran Lysa Opfer, as well as Tom Beaujour to create Aeon Station. “It’s the best I’ve […]