"A sizzling blend of Americana, folk, rock, blues, roots, reggae, and everything in between."
He's a warm, eclectic performer that plays a wide range of material: folk rock, blues, country and reggae. The stunning guitar work and intimate vocals keep audiences asking for more. He plays known classics with original spice, as well as originals that will get you tapping your feet and singing along."
Kenny plays many different styles of music. He plays blues, folk, country, reggae, pop, swing, bluegrass and more. Something for everyone!
The Kenny Selcer Band
Kenny Selcer, guitar and vocals; Liz Buchanan, vocals and hand percussion; Phil Punch, congas; Steve Gilligan, bass and vocals.
Kenny Selcer Band combines Kenny's mesmerizing guitar & intimate vocals, Phil Punch's powerhouse rhythm, Steve Gilligan's years of touring and recording as a bassist and Liz Buchanan extensive stage experience, playing a sizzling blend of Americana, folk rock, reggae, blues and everything in between - all with 3 part harmonies! They have performed recently at Nourish, Main Street Cafe, Main Street Market & Cafe and Scratch Kitchen, all to rave reviews. The Kenny Selcer Band brings together seasoned music pros from all kinds of different musical genres to create something new: "a sizzling blend of Americana, folk, rock, blues, roots, reggae, and everything in between."
Kenny performs solo & with band performing songs from his CDs, including his latest CD, Don't Forget About Me. After years of performing, he has secured a loyal fan base & a solid spot on the New England folk rock circuit. Past venues have included Harper’s Ferry, The Falcon Ridge Folk Festival (1993 co-winner of the Artist’s Showcase), The Bull Run, 31 Main, The Colonial Inn, The Burren, Ryles, Club Passim, Johnny D’s, Yankee Homecoming Festival, Foxboro Stadium-Earth Day, The Amazing Things Art Center, The House of Blues, The Middle East, All Asia, The Midway, Sally O’Brien’s, Worcester First Night, HMV stage, The Plough and Stars, Nourish, The Hard Rock Cafe - not to mention just about every coffeehouse & venue in the Boston area! And he’s shared the stage with some impressive characters including, Oen Kennedy, Entrain, Greg Brown, Catie Curtis, Greg Greenway, Laurie Sargent, David Mallett, Sam Hooper, Joel Cage & Laurie Geltman among others. Somebody’s Sister(with Jill Stein) were a semi-finalist in national publication MUSICIAN MAGAZINE’s best-unsigned bands of 1996 & 1998.