I came to the website today to check Kenny's concert schedule and when he might next release another album only to see he had passed on.
I first met Kenny in 1971 at a small venue in Roslyn, NY where the crowd was more interested in drinking than being entertained. This was my good fortune as Kenny seemed to provide a 'private' experience for those of us there for him and his music. I followed his career over the years buying every album and cd he released. His many concerts at IMAC in Huntington, NY and NYC venues found me and my husband in the audience at least once a year, many times more, to be wooed by Kenny and his music once again. We gladly introduced all of our family, friends and acquaintances to his music. It was our pleasure to finally be introduced to him about 10 years ago. It was obvious then that with Kenny 'what you see is what you get'. His music is his legacy that will long live on. We'll miss you Kenny. God bless you.