If It Lasts (feat Sterling Duns) [Remix] releases to all platforms.

The new track is the second iteration of Joe Kenney's original work, and it maintains the beautiful vocal duo of Elle Gyandoh and Murphy Bug, while adding the layer of MC Sterling Duns and production of Martronimous. Listen Now

Reflections on Inner Transformation featured on WMNR: New Age Gallery; New album also receives rave review from Steve Sheppard of One World Music

The 5th studio album, released in May 2022, was recently featured on The New Age Gallery, a radio show hosted by Dick Hageman of WMNR in Connecticut, and streaming everywhere online. This comes on the heels of a 2nd rave written review for the album, with Steve Sheppard of One World Music giving Reflections on Inner Transformation high praise.

Kenney has submitted R.O.I.T. to the Grammys for consideration in the best contemporary instrumental album category.


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! 

New Merch Store Launched

 Joe Kenney Enterprises has launched a new merch site to help celebrate the new and continuing endeavors that have taken off in 2022. Take a look!

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. "