Reflections on Inner Transformation debuts at 32 on the Top-100 charts for the award-winning One World Radio Music; 

 

The new piano album has received airplay on multiple online and terrestrial radio stations. Also notable: Reflection No. 3, Connection is the top-played track for the month on May on Toronto based "Peaceful Currents Radio"

 

Purchase R.O.I.T. here

Joe Kenney collabs with multi-instrumentalist and producer Carter Fox -- Chopin Conchilto (feat. Ethan Stauffer) available on all streaming platforms now.

The new release is a perfect example of the versatility of the growing discography, with the convergence of a classical piano theme reimagination and a chill-hop vibe. Listen now! 

JOE KENNEY ENTERPRISES Launches NFT Collection/New Website

Kenney's first foray into the NFT space features 150 available total copies of 15 variations of the album art for Reflections of Inner Transformation, and also unlocks an early-access download to the solo piano album, which releases to all channels in late April of 2022.

 www.joekenneyenterprises.com

New Merch Store Launched

In a whirlwind 2022 (which isn't even halfway over) that has seen debuts at multiple new venues, a brand new album, an NFT collection release, and new collabs spanning genres such as R&B, chillhop, and more; Joe Kenney Enterprises has launched a new merch site to help celebrate and take further the brand. Take a look!


PRESS

“All’s Not Lost” truly succeeds as a collaboration between a gifted instrumentalist and vocalist. Kenney’s piano and Lizcano’s voice complement each other well, neither aspect overshadowing the other, and backing instrumentation by bassist Warren Mobley and drummer Lenny Mobley subtly intertwine Kenney and Lizcano even further.

The song itself is a quiet mediation on loss and human connection, both ephemeral and eternal, a point enforced by the music and lyrics alike. “All’s not lost, as we find our souls / Moving on, traveling different roads,” Lizcano sings in the chorus, and Kenney’s solo in the bridge is at once optimistic and melancholy, further reinforcing the bittersweet theme.

Full Review

Melannie Jay (The Key/WXPN)

Review of "All's Not Lost (Ft. Laura Lizcano)"

The music involves a piano-led soulful jazz-fusion instrumentation, with additional horn sounds. The singer’s honeyed vocals complements the heartwarming and uplifting composition. The therapeutic lyrics is a reminder to keep hope and always hold the belief that there’s some light at the end of whichever long dark tunnel you find yourself in.

 

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Aipate Magazine

Review of "Another Side (Ft. Joy Ike)"

“Gone” is a soulful, bluesy tune about walking away from a toxic relationship. Guitar and brass flourishes provide big band textures, while sax and piano riffs provide a strong harmonic backdrop.

 

Full review!

Kyle Whiting (The Key/WXPN)

Debut of "Gone" (Aaron Parnell Brown/Joe Kenney)

[Another Side] is emotive but also spiritually uplifting, as it makes you look at your own life with fresh eyes. The lyrics shine through the musical styles, which are seamlessly stitched together.

Read the full premiere here!

Neon Music (United Kingdom)

Premiere of "Another Side"

A collaboration with Philly pianist Joe Kenney — who made a splash several years back by releasing solo piano covers of modern rock and pop songs by Cold War Kids, Drake, and Tove Lo — “Another Side” is a release for Mental Health Awareness Month that speaks candidly of the fog we can often find ourselves in ('Some days it’s enough, to get up, and make it to the door') while offering reassurance that there’s a way through....[Featured Vocalist Joy] Ike repeats 'Live another day, fight another day' like a mantra throughout the song to graceful, emotive playing by Kenney and stirring band accents.

Full Review Here!

John Vettese (Editor and Social Media Coordinator, The Key (WXPN), Philadelphia)

On "Another Side (Ft. Joy Ike)", debut release on the upcoming fourth album

I'll admit, I'm a pretty harsh judge when it comes to covers but when an artist is able to completely re-imagine a song, in a totally different format....you have my attention. Joe Kenney has my attention

Wendy Rollins (Radio Personality, 104.5 Philadelphia)

On Joe Kenney's Sophomore album, "1.5."

Life will inevitably be a series of ups, downs, highs, lows, lefts and rights.  Music, for many, is the solace at the very bottom of the low and the excitement at the peak of the high.  One listens for the shared encounter; the relatable mood.  The experiences Mr. Kenney shares with his audience on Afflictions & Remedies are commonplace and relatable for so many.  Heartache.  Suffering.  Love.  Hate.  While the experiences themselves may be brutal, blunt, and bare, the music on Afflictions & Remedies is just the opposite.  There’s something calm, gentle, and adorning in the melodies Mr. Kenney creates.  Pain and triumph linger in the ear, anxiously awaiting the next story to be told.  The album’s journey is not complete without the blues and ragtime feel of “Critical Departure”.  The vibe of this song is a true departure from the sweet, clean tones found in the music up to this point.  It’s clever with just the right amount of edge.  Afflictions & Remedies is a beautiful painting of a piano at work.

 

Meredith Hairston (Music Director/DJ at WJSU, Mississippi)

Speaking on-air re: "Afflictions and Remedies"

More complex than many smooth jazz albums and more structured than many free-form jazz recordings, Kenney has created eight pieces that convey the spirit of improvisation while remaining melodic and accessible to a wide audience.

Read the full review of Afflictions and Remedies

Kathy Parsons (Author - MainlyPiano)

On Joe's debut album, "Afflictions and Remedies" (2015).

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