Lenny Zenith

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June 22, 2018 When I decided to release a full album, I knew these were some of the best songs I had written in the decade prior and some of my favorites.Some were reworkings of earlier recordings, and I wanted to make sure they got the love and attention I felt they deserved. Perhaps I

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*|MC_PREVIEW_TEXT|* Pioneering, transgender musician and activist available for commentary, interviews or performance FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Lenny Zenith WHAT: Pioneering, transgender musician and activist available for commentary, interviews or performance. With his music releases, he is raising money for housing-insecure folx (House of Tulip) and Translifeline among others. WHEN: June – Pride month (and beyond)

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EDM track about missing loved ones during quarantine. 19 Feb 2021 I started this track a month after being in quarantine and realizing it would be a while until I could see and hug those I missed the most. Fortuitously, I happened upon UK producer (originally from Portugal) Eduardo Dinis. He was enthusiastic about the

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Pair of ballads “a departure” for indie-rocker; proceeds to benefit transgender homeless in New Orleans Singer, composer and transgender rights activist Lenny Zenith announces the release of Quarantine, two songs recorded remotely with musicians in New Orleans, New York, and New Jersey. “Always Near Me” (Side A) is a jazzy ballad featuring Lenny’s longtime friends,

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You can find our new album Blue Velvet Traces on Bandcamp, iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Google, etc. A portion of the proceeds will go to House of Tulip in New Orleans for transgender people impacted by homelessness our housing insecurity.bandcamp.com/

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Pop Combo releases album!! BLUE VELVET TRACES  New release by Lenny Zenith & Pop Combo 2020 1970s In the mid- to late 70s, when new wave and post punk were night-crawling through the New Orleans music scene, Lenny Zenith transformed his popular punk band RZA into the power-pop and new wave influenced Pop Combo with

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A WARNING ON COVID-19 FROM ITALY – A post by Cristina Higgins “I am writing to you from Bergamo, Italy, at the heart of the coronavirus crisis. The news media in the US has not captured the severity of what is happening here. I am writing this post because each of you, today, not the

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BOO! Today I’m reminded NOT to be fearful. Don’t allow media, politicians (or even movie directors) to exploit the primitive areas of our brains to scare us senseless. Sometimes fear can be good, (lion, run!), sometimes a scary movie can make you heave a sigh of relief when you walk out of a dark theater

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  As artists, we don’t always invest wisely in ourselves or our craft. One of the best things I ever did was to hire a publicist for this latest record (and will for the next). If you’re putting out a record (or even a single) that you’ve labored over, that you want other people to

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Here’s the story behind the artwork for the album! When I was first coming up in New Orleans just prior to finishing high school (I wasn’t allowed to graduate when someone’s dad outed me), I started a little band (RZA) with some of my classmates from NOCCA (New Orleans Center of the Creative Arts) We