“If fairness plays any part in quality music reaching the masses these days, then Kennedy Administration will reach new commercial heights with Ms. Kennedy giving the cream of modern soul vocalizing”
John Osborne, Jazz FM, U.K.
“The Kennedy Administration is a powerhouse group that leaves the audience standing and wanting more EVERY time they perform. They’re simply incredible.”
Neal Ludevig, Executive Director of Harlem Arts Festival
“This is the pulse of today’s music – from the street to the dance floor to the souls of our youth”
Pete Fallico, KCSM – The Bay Area’s Jazz Station
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A dynamic presence on every bandstand she graces, singer Ms Kennedy brings a captivating soulfulness to the proceedings on the Kennedy Administration’s self-titled debut.
With credits ranging from Stevie Wonder, Gregory Porter and Andra Day to Lauryn Hill and a roster of acclaimed “musician’s musicians” in between, the Kennedy Administration’s instrumental trio has seen, heard and played a lot of great music over the past few years.
The band has been refining their sound and irresistible stage presence for three years at their Groove residency in NYC. With this quartet’s singular namesake at the microphone, Kennedy, you’ll experience right away how hard it is not to be captured by her joy and energy. Forging a sound and identity for itself, the Kennedy Administration is creating sensory, soulful modern jazz with elements of R&B, hip-hop and pop judiciously applied. You will move to the rhythms of the drummer Nat Townsley and bassist Chelton Grey. You’ll feel every vibe Ondre J plays when the funk, jazz and R&B sounds leave the keys and bop your head to Vin Landolfi’s guitar solos.
Kennedy’s joy and passion are contagious. This particular Kennedy Administration is ushering in a brand new “Great Society” of sweet music.