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Carter Fox, Ethan Stauffer, and Joe Kenney's original song "Space Island" wins best jazz song in the Hometown Heroes awards held at The Queen Wilmington, DE on 8/7!

Fox, Stauffer, and Kenney also perform with drummer Chris Fox in The Proper Hustlersa jam band with jazz fusion and indie rock influences.

Eddie Meyer and Joe Kenney's Rocky Reharmonized featured on air at WRTI-FM -- Temple University jazz radio station.

The track features Jon Colman of Muscle Tough on bass, Jeff Pish of The Sermon! on drums, Brooklyn/Philly recording artist Mike Talento on Sax, Kenney on keys, and Meyer with production and mixing.

Reflections on Inner Transformation is Joe Kenney's 5th studio album, featuring 16 original solo piano pieces representing points of personal growth for reflection. The album is an emotive blend of new age, neo-classical, jazz, and idioms and is distinctively "Joe." 

RJ Lannan of Artisan Music Reviews says: "This delightful mixed bag of audio craftsmanship is entertaining for many and appropriate for all."

Kathy Parsons of MainlyPiano: "All of the titles of the pieces on the album begin with "Reflection" and their sequence from 1-16, followed by the name of the point of inner growth being expressed in that piece. Despite the diversity in the points and how they are expressed in music, the album flows as a very cohesive whole. It's a fascinating album that reveals more of itself with each listen, so don't expect to "get it" completely the first time around."


Steve Sheppard of One World Music Radio: " 'Reflections on Inner Transformation' by Joe Kenney has to be one of the best solo piano albums I have heard this year, it is a 16 track album jam packed with sublime performances, by an artist who truly knows and understands his skillset. Each and every track on this release is a pleasure to listen to, and is a story as of yet untold, Reflections on Inner Transformation by Joe Kenney is an album I would recommend in a heartbeat. "

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