As a singer/song-writer, Ken performs music with emotion, allowing the song's tone and feeling to take over all listeners. As a vocalist, a wide range allows him to cover many octaves with a smooth and precise flair. He has been playing guitar, singing, and songwriting for more than 25 years.
He has performed at small clubs and larger venues all over Pennsylvania and Maryland, including singing the National Anthem at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. You can frequently find Ken playing at the Amphitheatre in Baltimore's Inner Harbor and he's the vocal tracks on the Darrenkamp's jingle.
He covers almost every style of music, from country to soft rock and even mixes in some harder stuff. He mixes genres all night long with a song list that includes about eight hours of music, ready for any occasion. Check out Ken's song list.
Ken's first solo album, "Better Late Than Never," was released in the summer of 2005 and includes some heart touching ballads, "In Time," some hard core rock and roll, "Barfly," and a patriotic tune, "A New Free World." Mostly it's a CD of love songs, both happy and sad.
Ken's second original album, "Tribute" includes tribute songs to his country, his parents, the love of his life, God and a Special Olympics Champion.
When not playing solo gigs, you'll find Ken playing with Brad Hajek as Times Two and the new four piece band What it Was.