Meet Kevin Happ, A Tech Reapir Expert from Reno, Nevada.
"Live your life Don’t waste your days on the negative energy of others Remember that you’re not your salary You’re not your house you’re not your car And no matter how big your bank account is Your grave is six feet under just like everyone else’s So enjoy the days you have Worry not bout the days that came before you Nor the ones that will follow you in death Remember that right here in this moment is all you are guaranteed And the fact that you are living is what life is all about So live your life to the fullest According to your happiness and the betterment of all"

What music did you grow up listening to as a young kid?

I was raised on classic rock pretty exclusively. That's all I listened to until high school. After going through a short rap phase I landed on pop punk and that evolved into more hardcore music.

Name one of your favorite albums of all time?

One of my all time favorite albums has to be "Common Courtesy" from A Day To Remember. There are so many hits off of that album I can't get bored no matter how much I listen to it. Although I would like to make a shout-out to "Pardon My French" by Cunk! No, Captain Chunk!. They're the ones that got me into modern pop-punk and hardcore.

What is the best concert you’ve ever been to and why?

I actually haven't been able to go to many concerts but my favorite was seeing The Who. It was surreal to see them live after listening to them throughout my childhood. I was seeing true legends of rock that I didn't get to witness during the 70's and 80's. For me it was not only a dream of my childhood being fulfilled but seeing history.

What is the last song you listened to?

The last song I've listened to was "Vultures and Sharks" buy Oceans Ate Alaska. Some of their music is a bit too hardcore for me but the amazing clean vocals and hearty drums keep bringing me back to their music.

Do you have a hidden talent?

I'm waiting for that hidden talent to come out, any day now would be appreciated. I tend to be a jack of all trades kind of guy so I can't say there's one thing I'm truly great at.