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Photo by Sandrine Lee

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Photo by Jeff Fasano

Photo by Jeff Fasano

Photo by Jeff Fasano

Photo by Jeff Fasano

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Photo by Jeff Fasano


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“I’d have to say that Kenny White has earned a place among my favorite singer/songwriters … and particularly, lyricists.  As we say in the trade ‘he goes deep.’   A true wordsmith AND musician who reveals a fine sense of humor, as well. Put on your headphones and listen carefully.”

David Crosby

“…especially about the band’s pianist, Kenny White, who unleashed a couple of solos that were about as enlivening as anything heard on the pop front this year.”

John Rockwell

NY Times

“ Kenny the artist, the songwriter, the troubadour, is winning hearts everywhere and often to my good fortune, joins me in concerts. It is always a gift to see him and hear him sing his amazing songs.”

Judy Collins

liner notes, BOHEMIAN

“Songs of tragedy, comedy, life and death … Kenny White is the troubadour of our sometimes sweet, often troubled times. ‘Carry You Home’ is the big song I’ve been waiting for.  Bravo, Kenny, in all categories…writing, playing, singing.  Could I have some more, please?”

Will Jennings

Multi Oscar and Grammy Winning Songwriter

“Kenny White plays like a man possessed, transferring all his energies into his keys, keeping him safe off the streets and behind the Steinway.”

Frank Rizzo

New Haven Journal Courier

“…Kenny White, one of the musical highlights of the evening.”

Robert Palmer

NY Times

Reviews & Interviews

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Keyboard Magazine

TALENT SCOUT – Kenny White

Kenny White is a quadruple threat – a singer, songwriter, pianist and producer with a knack for summing-up the human condition in half a song verse or less. (Take the lyrics “So you might as well put it on the line once in awhile, Maybe leave something more than ashes in a pile,” from his song “Five Girls.” Need we say more?

White’s latest affecting release is entitled Long List of Priors. Catch him on-tour supporting Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, as well as headlining his own shows across the U.S and Europe throughout 2017 and beyond. Read more…

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Head Butler

Kenny White: Long List of Priors

Which is to say: Kenny White is the urban musician’s urban musician. He’s an astonishingly gifted pianist with a great ability to find a hook at the end of a long phrase — not surprising, as he wrote the music for TV commercials for decades. And he writes about romance with a winning mixture of irony, regret and hope. The young women at bars with shirts so short you can see the tattoos in the small of their backs — although he kind of hates them, he also wants to “finger paint the remaining Chinese alphabet [on them] with the hot fudge I saved from Bouley Bakery.” Too sophisticated for non-New Yorkers? Try this: “You suck for saying I’ll never change/ and I suck for never changing.” Or this: “There’s not much left to talk about/ You found your way in; you can find your way out.” Read more…

George Graham

The Graham Album Review #1876

Kenny White: “Long List of Priors” by George Graham

While the public tends to be attracted to the rock stars of the world, the music business is full of people who maintain a much lower-profile career, and often enjoy it that way. But they can still end up being influential among other artists and savvy fans.  Read more…

George Graham

Kenny White Records One for the Ages

by Dr. Glenn Berger PhD

If you are as old as I am, you remember a time when there was nothing as exciting as perusing the bins at a record store, finding an album with an intriguing cover and an artist you’d never heard of, bringing the disc home, putting it on the turntable and absolutely loving what you discovered and listening to it from start to finish over and over again. Remember that? When was the last time you dug a record so much that you listened to the whole thing and did it more than once? (The last time for me was with Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black and that was ten years ago!) Well, it’s finally happened again, and the record is Kenny White’s Long List of Priors.   Read more…

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