Kenny's musical journey began early, inspired by his mom's Hendrix and Santana records. By age 9, he was taking guitar lessons and soon delving into rock guitar, influenced by Ace Frehley's accessible style.
He mastered the pentatonic scale layout and never looked back.
In high school, Kenny joined Prophet, a band playing progressive and hard rock covers. By 1982, they were a fixture in the NJ club scene, releasing three acclaimed albums. Kenny pursued other interests in the '90s.
In 2013, after personal struggles, he rediscovered his passion through Blackberry Smoke's album "The Whippoorwill." Inspired, he released his first solo record, "Reckless Abandon," in 2016, marking the start of a new musical journey.