Ken’s classy, polished vocals have earned him comparisons to the great jazz and pop crooners of yesteryear – with a growing international fan base. But he also has garnered the respect of music critics and audiences alike for creating a unique voice among interpreters of the Great American Songbook. His singular sound and style have landed him headline appearances as far north as Alaska and as far south as Mexico City – and radio interviews and airplay around the world. He has been a guest on such programs as “The Late Show With Joanne Good” on BBC London 94.9, “The Jazz Cafe” broadcast worldwide with host John Bohanan at Hofstra University, “Sweet Sounds” with Ron Forman on WKRB 90.3 in Brooklyn, “South Texas Jazz Project” on Trinity University’s nationally acclaimed KRTU 91.7 and on “The Bill Miller Show,” syndicated on 90 radio stations across the USA. You can hear him regularly on Music Choice’s “Singers and Swing” channel. Since his New York City debut in 2013, he has become a Manhattan favorite and continues to perform regularly in the top nightspots and concert venues in San Antonio and Austin. He is currently working on a new CD with hopes of a late 2017 release.