The pioneering transgender rock musician, and writer has been performing and releasing music for over 30 years with his bands Jenifer Convertible, Tenterhooks, and Pop Combo. He’s worked with producers like James Murphy (pre-LCD Soundsystem) and Wharton Tiers (Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr.).
Early in his career, he opened for legends including U2, Iggy Pop, The Replacements and X, to name just a few. He’s also performed everywhere from the UK, Austin, L.A., the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival (opening for The Neville Brothers and Stevie Ray Vaughn, no less) and more recently in his hometown of NYC and his birthplace New Orleans.
Lenny Zenith has released several albums, and singles including his first indie-rock solo album What If The Sun in 2018, Blue Velvet Traces in 2019, and several singles since then. His finished memoir “Before I Was Me” is in final edits with his literary agent (galley/PDF upon request).