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Music producer Kevin ‘Caveman’ Shirley rolls Malibu retreat onto the market

Kevin Shirley’s Malibu home
Perched on a gated acre in Point Dume, the landscaped grounds hold a Spanish villa, a guest suite, a swimming pool, spa and playground.

Kevin “The Caveman” Shirley has produced records for such rock bands as Journey, Iron Maiden and Led Zeppelin. Now, he’s looking to record a sale in Malibu, where his Spanish-style retreat is on the market $4.995 million.

The gated estate spans just under an acre in Point Dume, boasting a villa and lower-level guest suite for a total of 3,672 square feet.

White walls and light hardwood floors define the living spaces. A long island anchors the black-and-white kitchen, a space that descends to a window-filled living and dining area with a stone fireplace in the corner.


The master suite, one of six bedrooms and four bathrooms, expands to a sunny sitting area and a bathroom with a spa tub.

The property takes advantage of its scenic setting, boasting a balcony, rooftop lounge and terrace with canyon views.

A series of nooks fill out the rest of the landscaped grounds, including two dining patios, a lounge with a fountain and an infinity-edge pool and spa. A playground on a flat lawn completes the scene.

Michael Cunningham of Pinnacle Estate Properties holds the listing, according to the Multiple Listing Service.


A native of South Africa, Shirley has been mixing and producing music since the ’80s. The 58-year-old holds credits on Aerosmith’s “Nine Lives,” Iron Maiden’s “Brave New World” and Journey’s “Arrival.” | Twitter: @jflem94

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