Kenny Giordano got his musical start at the age of four when his brother Ernie Giordano put a guitar into his hands. The fifth of six children, Kenny watched older brother Mike and his friends jam in their Alexandria, Virginia home. He began figuring out songs by ear, and in the process uncovered a hidden gift of perfect pitch. Kenny began playing the piano at age eight, inspired by Scott Joplin’s "The Entertainer" and has since added keyboards, organ, and bass to his instrumental skills. In addition to his folk, country, rock, ragtime, and classical roots, Kenny has extensive experience providing entertainment for fairs and festivals around the U.S.A. and Canada along with house concerts.
Kenny would like to thank his siblings, Mike Giordano, Rita Roney, Ernie Giordano, Phil Giordano, and Renee Giordano. They all have provided valuable support in honing Kenny’s musical abilities and aspirations. While the kids were young, Kenny focused his energies on growing and operating his own small business, combining his musical abilities and business savvy to provide entertainment for a variety of clients from private parties to country clubs to wedding receptions. Now his focus is shifting to acting, composing, recording, and performing his own original music. Today Kenny performs with his band and as a solo acoustic act. He has performed in bars, country clubs, parks, private parties, house concerts and for state and country fairs around the country. He also played a lead in a Colorado Springs production in Jesus Christ Superstar last year. He is currently involved with a current play called Resurrection. With a music lifestyle in the Colorado rocky mountains, Kenny is sensitive to the plights and sacrifices of those who wear our country’s uniforms. He also has gained a new awareness of the environmental movements and certain musical appreciations in this area.