Kenny Lee, Country Rock Singer Songwriter
About Kenny Lee
Kenny Lee, is a member of that rare breed of Country artists, that prefers to display his compassion. Kenny’s father introduced him to Country music at a young age. He spent much of his youth harmonizing with friends. Kenny mixes Country with R&B, blends them into inspirational lyrics which transcends the preachy trappings, of most positive music, with a message. try to stay positive, says Kenny Lee. …but this world is not all about positive living, so I just write what I feel in my heart at the time.” Kenny’s song, titled “CHANGE” He is also a dedicated philanthropist and continues to support many charitable organizations. Kenny Lee has written songs for movies such as “ELVIS IS ALIVE”. Working alongside the great Don Murray, who worked with “Knots Landing”; “Planet of the Apes”, and “Peggy Sue Got Married”. Kenny was influenced by close friends in his life such as the late, Brook Benton; famous for the song “Rainy Night in Georgia” and the late, Vern Gosdin, famous for “Chiseled In Stone” and many others. Kenny has also worked with many of the greats such as; Willie Nelson, Ronnie Millsap, Ronnie McDowell , Percy Sledge,T.G. Sheppard, Reba McEntire, Billy Dean and The Drifters, just to name a few. Being instrumental in the mentoring of Lucy Hale, of the television show “Pretty Little Liars” as well as pop artist; Megan McCauley who has written and performed many movie soundtracks such as “Beverly Hills Chihuahua” as well as several other top shelf box office hits. Last but certainly not least. Deidre Bentley, Kenny Lee’s own daughter. is currently making her name well known in the Country music industry today. Kenny also supports project troops and has co written a song with two of there members Tamra Lynn Smith & lantern lane called we never did come home to help support the cause.Kenny has A number one hit song out at this time Called the Trump card that is for Trumps Campaign for President. Kenny says… “My fan’s feel what I feel inside when I sing for them and that means more to me than anything.