Kenn Hicks has forged a one-of-a-kind career that has taken him from the great opera houses of Europe to the high-stakes world of pop recording. Hick's broad talents began at age 16 with the Houston Grand Opera, which has led him to the recital, concert and opera stages major U.S. cities, as well as London, Paris, Milan, Rome, Stuttgart, Dresden, Frankfurt, Warsaw and other world capitals, to his Pulitzer Prize winning production on Broadway, Scott Joplin's "Treemonisha."

Hicks took these experiences and fashioned a top artist development business which heralds an endless list of celebrities. He has mentored some of today's brightest stars as a vocal coach and artistic director, and has been dubbed by Oprah Winfrey as "The Vocal Coach to the Stars." His talents have taken him from international royalty to music industry royalty.