A-List Nashville Lead Guitar
Kenny Greenberg grew up in Cleveland, Ohio and subsequently moved to Nashville at the age of 21 to play guitar. Since that time he has worked with many of country's top artists including Brooks & Dunn, Gretchen Wilson, Willie Nelson, Kenny Chesney, Wynona Judd, Lee Ann Womack, Toby Keith, Sugarland, Tricia Yearwood, Montgomery Gentry, and Faith Hill. His guitar work has been included on projects with Bob Seger, Amy Grant, Etta James, Mandy Moore, Jewel, Indigo Girls, and Peter Cetera.
Kenny has numerous productions credits, including the Academy Award nominated song "Soft Place To Fall" from the Robert Redford movie The Horse Whisperer, a movie to which he also contributed instrumental music to the movie and soundtrack. He produced two Grammy winning records in the Rock/Gospel category for Ashley Cleveland. Greenberg both played guitar on and produced Edwin McCain's platinum record Misguided Roses on Atlantic Records. He has produced country artists Pam Tillis, The Mavericks, Allison Moorer, folk artist Joan Baez, and alt rock band Llama.
For television, Kenny has written and produced instrumental music that has been used in the VH1 Behind the Music series, Beverly Hills 90210, Baywatch, Fox Sports, NBC sports, Entertainment Tonight, the Lifetime channel, the Playboy channel, etc. As a songwriter, Greenberg wrote the Amy Grant hit "House of Love" and SheDaisy's "Little Goodbyes". He has produced and written the 2004 ASCAP Christian song of the year, "More," and was nominated for GMA song of the year in 2005.
Kenny uses both Isabelle and Camille heads from Category 5 Amplification, plus a JB-50 model.
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