Kenneth March
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Kenneth March

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF

Boston, Massachusetts, United States | SELF
Band Pop Singer/Songwriter


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Smoke (EP) 2007

Born of Fire 2010

Constellation Rising 2013 (Coming Soon!!)



Kenneth is Head Ensemble Director at the Cambridge MA, School of Groove. He is a graduate of Berklee College of music, where he studied Contemporary Writing & Production as well as Song-Writing. He was born in Baltimore, the son of a musician. He is a professional singer/songwriter, producer, session player and educator. As a performer he has performed all over the US, including venues in Hollywood, NYC, and Nashville, as well as Boston. He has been teaching for over 10 years, and his students have been accepted into Boston Arts Academy, Berklee College of Music, and the Sheffield Institute for the Recording Arts. He has instructed beginners as well advanced players, including Boston Symphony Orchestra performers. He has worked with agencies on pitch projects for several prominent musicians including Jordan Sparks as well as Jennifer Hudson. He has also worked on jingles for several prominent companies including Ford Motor Corp. This past year marked his debut symphonic performance, with the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra Pops program, saluting the life of Patti Page. He is currently working on publishing his second album, as well as his first novel.

From Kenneth:
It starts with a dream, a thought, an emotion... that's the lightening strike. From there it grows, it's nurtured. Through technique and faith, both gently and violently the songs take form. Guitar and Voice, these are my tools. The vehicles I use to breathe life into my worlds.

"I was born in Baltimore, the son of a musician. I've lived in and around Baltimore, Harlem, Hollywood, Asheville, Amelia Island, and passed through many others, all in pursuit of the music. I love that moment where I've tuned up my guitar and I have a blank piece of paper and a full cup of coffee. I love writing, that's how I make it through this crazy ocean that is life: writing & performing is my life jacket. I love the hush of an expectant audience, the eagerness and electricity. I write, produce and perform all original music, I'll throw in a few covers in homage to my teachers and forebears, but my music is mostly personal"

"My musical influences range from Jimi Hendrix to Ray Charles. I love Ray, I love Sting too, the ultimate craftsman. He weaves the written story telling prowess of Bob Dylan together with the consummate performing talent of some of the legendary jazzers. I get just as much inspiration from writers and movies and even sculptures. Bill Watterson's Calvin & Hobbes for instance, that comic strip has become such an indelible part of me, you can hear it in the songs."

"With my music I hope to share my joy and sadness. It's so neat how you can share something that is hurting you, and trade away the negative places and memories and ultimately end up feeling amazing. That's my debt to music, and that's my obligation too, to keep sharing it. I practice, rehearse and work at this for hours every single day, but I'm not nearly done, and honestly I still struggle with thinking myself as "good enough". I do know the emotions are honest, and I'm in it for keeps though, and that can only lead to good things. Thanks for reading, check out the website for upcoming shows, new releases and updated blog entries."