Kenny White

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Kenny White is a New York City based singer-songwriter, studio musician, and writer. Originally known mostly as a writer of music for radio and TV commercials and a producer and session keyboard player, in 2002 he released his first album, and began touring to promote his albums. He co-produced and performed on the album Sleepless (2002) by Peter Wolf, which was ranked #432 on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.

White frequently tours with Cheryl Wheeler, performing as her opening act, and then accompanying Wheeler during her set.

In early 2008, White's "How Long" won in The 7th Annual Independent Music Awards for Best Social Action Song.[1]

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Uninvited Guest (2002)

  • 1. Uninvited Guest
  • 2. Cold Winter Wind
  • 3. Beautiful Changes, The
  • 4. Every Time You Walk Away
  • 5. In My Recurring Dream
  • 6. Johnny's Got a Crush on Marilyn
  • 7. Don't Go Out Tonight
  • 8. One Step Up
  • 9. In Our Hands
  • 10. Last Stop
  • 11. Ready to Leave All This Behind


Testing.. 1, 2 (2003)

  • 1. Hurry Up, Baby
  • 2. Don't Go Out Tonight
  • 3. In My Recurring Dream
  • 4. Ready to Leave All This Behind
  • 5. Last Stop
  • 6. Sylvie


Symphony in Sixteen Bars (2004)

  • 1. Until You Learn
  • 2. Shoot the Moon
  • 3. Anabel
  • 4. Might as Well Leave
  • 5. Different Today
  • 6. 5 Girls
  • 7. Letter from X-Ray
  • 8. Heart of the City
  • 9. Workin' on a Way
  • 10. Closer
  • 11. Symphony in 16 Bars


Never Like This (2006)

  • 1. How Long
  • 2. But Never Like This
  • 3. Tender Ghosts of Autumn
  • 4. Pat Robertson
  • 5. Drawing Board


Comfort in the Static (2010)

  • 1. Useless Bay
  • 2. Last Night
  • 3. Please
  • 4. Out Of My Element
  • 5. She's Coming On Saturday
  • 6. What Good Would That Do Me Now
  • 7. Who's Gonna Be The One
  • 8. Gotta Sing High
  • 9. In Magnolia
  • 10. Carry You Home
  • 11. Where You Are Tonight


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