Like so many natural talents, Kenny Bogan’s fascination with music started at a very young age. He made his first steps in the musical langscape on piano. Soon though, he would play the drums in his very first band. Combining classic rock and pop by the likes of David Bowie, U2 and Leonard Cohen, with the traditional sounds of Ireland were already strongly reperesented in this early formation. It wouldn’t take long before Kenny made it to centre stage and became the group’s lead vocalist. Countless shows in Dublin were to follow, but it wasn’t enough for the young singer-songwriter. Bursting with confidence, talent and ambition, he traveled to Amsterdam, where he managed to give direction to his talent, and grew as a singer, guitar player and writer of lyrics, poetry and fiction. However, his urge to travel was still not quenched and soon he took to Scotland and The US. With the help John Reynolds, who produced records for Sinéad O’Connor, Damien Rice and Herbie Hancock (to name just a few), he created the album The Skinhead And The Daisy in 2010. It followed his debut record Little Victories and sophomore lp 3 Colours, which he recorded and released independently. His love for his country and its music is unmatched. So is his admiration for the sounds of Paul Simon’s Graceland. The songs of which, he seamlessly combines with Irish folk and both vintage and modern pop gems. Experience his distinctive voice, unequivocal accent and irresistably positive attitude at Bourbon Street on Saturday, April 18th and Thursday, April 23rd!