Kenny Gradney

born in in New Orleans, LA, United States

Kenny Gradney

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Kenny Gradney

Kenny Gradney, a native of Baton Rouge, is a member of the band Little Feat. He joined after their second album, replacing founding bassist Roy Estrada in 1972.[1]

In addition to his work with Little Feat, Gradney has played and recorded with many notable musicians, including Delaney & Bonnie, Bob Weir's Bobby and the Midnites,[2] Jazz Is Dead, jazz drummer Chico Hamilton, Warren Zevon, Robert Palmer, Mick Fleetwood, and Carly Simon.


  1. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. [Kenny Gradney at All Music Guide Biography: Little Feat]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 25 May 2010.
  2. Ruhlmann, William. [Kenny Gradney at All Music Guide Biography: Bobby & the Midnites]. Allmusic. Retrieved on 25 May 2010.

External links

  • Biography on the official Little Feat website
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