Kenny Lee Young
Kenny was born in Bellevue, WA, but was raised in Midland and Sanford, MI. He began singing in choirs at a very young age up through high school. During this time, Kenny was the lead singer in a garage band group called "Rook" which focused on alternative rock.
It wasn't until going to college at Central Michigan University where he picked up the guitar as a freshman. He began winning talent shows and playing in local coffee shops and bars throughout the next few years, and at the age of 22 was when he released his first album "All Sides of the Spectrum".
Not long after the release, Kenny moved to Denver, CO. His solo career really took a leap forward where made his mark by opening up for Common at CSU and Brad Corrigan from Dispatch at DU. He also released and EP in 2007 called "No Time to Waste" as well as three live albums. He has also been the front man for projects like "Left Hand Cheater", "MyFiend Tom", "Pearls for Breakfast", and "Leung and the Wreck" while maintaining his solo career. In 2014, he recorded another EP called "The Learning Curve".
Currently, you can see Kenny Lee Young playing at many venues, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, festivals, benefits, and weddings in Colorado and touring the U.S. He plans to be recording and releasing a new album during 2015.