Upclose with Kenny Whiteside...

A Former New York Rainbow Room Entertainer.

Presently  Lead & Background Vocalist For The Cleftones.

Performs Tribute To Elvis 

Performs Tribute To Jackie Wilson, Marvin Gaye, Barry White 

Performs Vocal Impressions of  Englebert  and Dean Martin

Radio Co-Hosted
The Mickey B. Juke Box Review on WLUX  & WGBB
Long Island & Tri-State Area

Produced The First
"All Long Island Doowop & Blues Review" 
Imac Theater, Huntington
Which Featured
"Little Buster & The Soul Brothers"
"The Emotions"
"Kenny Whiteside & Savoy"
"The Encouners"
"The Dedications"
And Others

Started singing on the street corners of Queens at 13
years of age where he learned to sing the five parts of 
Doo Wop Harmony;
Base, Baritone, 2nd Tenor, 1st Tenor, & Last but not 
least, Lead Vocals.

Simultaneously, Kenny was learning  to play Jazz Drums, playing in basement and garage jazz quartets. Favorite drummers were Buddy Rich, Elvin Jones, and Grady Tate.

By the age of 18, Kenny was singing and playing drums
professionally.  Performed in his own Doo Wop group which came close to signing a recording contract but no cigar.  Played jazz in the famous Greenwich Village Five Spot and was in one of the youngest jazz bands to play in the legendary Birdland. 

Voice & Sound Expert Big BandTribute To Barry White