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Mo Kenney

by Mo Kenney

Having influences and inspirations drawn from classic and alt-rock artists rather than the traditional singer/songwriter pantheon helps account for the bracing freshness of Mo Kenney's style; fitting her sound into a neat box is an exercise in futility.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Eden
2:16 album only
2. Sucker
2:44 album only
3. The Great Escape
2:13 album only
4. I Can't Talk
3:04 album only
5. Scene of the Crime
4:31 album only
6. The Happy Song
2:44 album only
7. In My Lungs
4:33 album only
8. Deja Vu
2:42 album only
9. Five Years
4:34 album only
10. Carnivore
4:06 album only


Album Notes
“As the audience started settling, Mo Kenney took to the stage. After her first note the room was pinched as everyone narrowed in on someone that was not to be missed. She featured beautiful melodies crafted to a voice like a boomerang. Her dynamically vast range left those in attendance speechless.” - The Scene

“It’s not every day that you see an opening act receive a standing ovation however Kenney’s rousing set-closing take on David Bowie’s song Five Years earned her that standing ovation with flying colours.” - Music Nerd

“The real shock for me was the immediate impact of Mo Kenney. The young woman penned the A-side, “Eden”, when she was barely in High School and honestly, it’s hard to not hear the vocal similarities between her and the smoky siren of The Velvet Underground.” - Herohill

“Kenney wrote “Eden” when she was only 16 (she’s 21 now), an effortless song that spills over with youthful innocence and wide-eyed wonder. It’s flip-side is a weightier affair, and offers another side of this young new artist we haven’t heard the last of.” - Quick Before It Melts

“We all loved Mo. She’s the “real deal” hope to do more work with her.” – Ron Sexsmith



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