Kenney Polson “Babydoll”

Kenney Polson has pretty much played saxophone all his life, having started while still at public school in California, and performing professionally at a very early age. Kenney’s latest release, ‘Babydoll’, is a smooth tune which will have you hitting replay over and over.

Apart from his gorgeous sax skills, Kenney is a devoted educator, having taught everywhere from Fresno, California, to Bogota and Rio De Janeiro, to Portland, Oregon, where he now lives. Kenney has performed in and visited over fifty different countries and is a talented aficionado of jazz, Latin, classical, new age, rhythm and blues, funk, and gospel.

Kenney’s latest album, ‘Paradise Volume 1’, is available worldwide from NMAP and KES Music and Video Distribution. It’s a perfect showcase of both his talents and those of some of the biggest names of Brazilian jazz, with whom he has collaborated.

‘Babydoll’, and its video, sees Kenney playing the beautiful Selmer Mark VI Alto Sax, and follows a young couple through their chance encounter and blossoming romance. Watch to see what part Kenney has to play in it all!

Videoed in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest of the USA, the whole clip is a sensory masterpiece.

Check out KES Distribution for more information about Kenney’s album, as well as his official website, Facebook, Twitter, Soundcloud, and YouTube.

Kenney Polson – “Babydoll” From the 2016 Album, Paradise, Volume I

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Lisa loves all good music, with particular fondness for Jedward and David Bowie. She's interviewed Edward Grimes (Jedward), Kevin Godley, Trevor Horn, Paul Young, Peter Cox (Go West), Brendan B Brown (Wheatus), Bruce Foxton (The Jam), among many many more. Lisa is also available for freelance writing - please email

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