Motivated in his music career by so many legends before him, just to name a few, Jimmy Hendrix, Grover
Washington Jr, Slash, and Jonathan Butler. Kenny Nightingale is an American based smooth jazz recording artist who includes a fusion of gospel and contemporary beats.
Mr. Nightingale writes songs and creates sounds that come from the deep. He plays with angelical tunes and a
unique blend of jazz from all parts of the world. “My Saxophone,” Kenny’s new single (May 20, 2022), was created from his passion for the instruments that he plays.
Writing “My Saxophone” I was inspired by the very instrument it was named after. “My Saxophone” is an uplifting, inspirational song that people can groove along and sing with me as I play.
On this track, I went into the studio with my band to record, Sankey Bullet on the keyboard, Michael Osadolo on guitar, Erica Newell as the background vocals, Stephen Gerrick on the Bass Guitar, and Adrian McBean on the
drums. “My Saxophone” was produced by Sankey Bullet and co-produced by Kenny Nightingale himself.

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Where are you based?
Atlanta, GA

How long have you been making music?
Since 1989, 33 years and still going strong.

What genre would you consider your music to be?
Jazz, Rhythm & Blues, Gospel

What inspired you to pursue a career in music?
The very beauty of it’s creation itself. The sounds of music and the true spirit around it .

What are your biggest musical influences?
Grover Washington, Jr., Jimmy Hendrix, and Jonathan Butler to name a few.

Are you signed to a label or are you an independent artist?

What have been the biggest challenges in your music career?
It’s not been an easy road mostly working in an industry where not so much support and encouragement is available. But keep my head up and faith is all I got to walk through and overcome the challenges.

How many songs or albums have you released to date?
13 songs thus far, more new music coming soon.

Can you tell us a few things about your latest release?
Latest release is something dear to my heart My Saxophone. The very instrument that I play, was at the age of 5 when I wanted to play it so bad. My dad gave it to me at the age of 8 years old. And I decided to write a track about blowing my Saxophone years down the road.

Any plans for new music or upcoming projects we should know about?
Yes, I’m currently working on music to be released in the Fall.