Kenny Greenberg

"I've been having a 'tone revival' using Redcoat Patriots in my combo amps and Cannabis Rex speakers in my closed back 2x12 and 4x12 cabinets." - Kenny Greenberg Growing up in Cleveland, OH, Kenny Greenberg 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, Lee Ann Womack, Toby Keith, Montgomery Gentry, and Faith Hill. His guitar work has been included on projects with Bob Seger, Amy Grant, Jewell, The Indigo Girls, Ace of Base, and Peter Cetera. In addition, Kenny produced the Academy Award nominated soundtrack to the "Horse Whisperer", two Grammy-winning records for Ashley Cleveland and the Mavericks. As a writer, he penned the Amy Grant/Vince Gill duet "House of Love", SheDaisy's first hit "Little Goodbyes", and the recent ASCAP Christian song of the year "More" by Matthew West, among others.