Who Is James Kennedy?
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Who Is James Kennedy?

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Our independently written, recorded, and produced album, "Who's Asking" is to be released in early 2012 on iTunes, Amazon MP3, and Spotify! Featuring our radio singles: "Art Is Dead (Radio Edit)", "Birds In A Minor", and "I've Been Alright" which have been played on local radio stations 88.1FM WCWP and 103.9 WRCN! You can stream demo versions of the songs at our Bandcamp page...



Who is James Kennedy? A portrait of this young original artist is best seen and heard through his evocative lyrics and powerful music. There is an immediate connection to his songs, for they tap into whom we all are, and perhaps where we should be in this complex world. The poetic paradoxes and heartfelt strums spark a profound awareness. You sing along even though you've never heard the tune before. His soulful voice and the passion in his performance are unparalleled. James Kennedy is a 21 year old singer / songwriter, who's soulful style and relative lyrics have captivated many audiences.

Who Is James Kennedy? has been performing since 2008, from San Francisco to Long Island. Mainly in New York City from various subway platforms to venues throughout the boroughs. Together with bassist Anthony Biondo & drummer Matty "23" Twentythree they plan to take over the music world one venue at a time. Some venues include (in no particular order of time or significance):

The Bitter End, New Meadowlands Stadium, The Stephen Talkhouse, Afrikan Poetry Theater, Bowery Electric, The Trash Bar, The Nuyorican, Utica College, The Crazy Donkey, Farrell's Bar & Grill, NJIT, Crash Mansion, The Village Underground The Gay & Lesbian Center, El Fogon Art Center, Radio Star, The Mean Fiddler, Toddler House, Tea Lounge, Books in the Hood, Bowery Poetry Club, Microphone Fiends, Soul Sweet, Sweet Waters, The Broadway, O'Reillys Pub, The Brightwaters Inn, Sisters on the Rise, Revolutionary Books, The Bean Runner, SIN SIN, Cleopatrias Needle, Elmos, Food for Thought, Z' Novia, LGBT Community Center, The Shrine, Cafe Vivaldi ...and countless others.