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Kenny Aaronson

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Dust

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INTRODUCING "RACKET OF THREE"- THE BRAND NEW CD FROM MAMBO SONS

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KENNY AARONSON , From Dust to Dylan (and beyond,) - INTERVIEW For over twenty-five years, Kenny Aaronson has been recognized as a world-class rock and roll bassist.Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Kenny started playing bass at age 15, and soon became a regular on the New York scene.


CRR Interview - Marky Ramone: Telling It Like It Is

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Richie Wise, Kenny Aaronson and I were in the band.
Kenny went on to play bass for everyone and Richie produced the first Kiss album. You talked to [Dust manager Kenny] Kerner and Richie and Kenny and me...you got all of us. You talked to [Dust manager Kenny] Kerner and Richie and Kenny and me...you got all of us.


INTRODUCING"RACKET OF THREE"- THE BRAND NEW CD FROM MAMBO SONS

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KENNY AARONSON - FROM DUST TO DYLAN For over twenty-five years, Kenny Aaronson has been recognized as a world-class rock and roll bassist.Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Kenny started playing bass at age 15, and soon became a regular on the New York scene.Most of us first heard Kenny's playing on the 1973 Stories' hit "Brother Louie," which shot to the top of the American charts in September of that year.Since then he has gone on to record and tour with some of the biggest names in the business, including Hall and Oates, Rick Derringer, and Bob Dylan. I had the honor of working with Kenny recently in recording tracks for my new album.His youthful enthusiasm is contagious and his chops are still fresh.In between takes, we discussed his long and illustrative career.Kenny Aaronson: As a child, I had wanted to play an instrument, but wasn't sure what it was.I also have an older brother who was a drummer, who was into rock n' roll, but at an early age he went completely classical.Kenny Aaronson appears on the Mambo Sons debut cd "Mambo Sons."For more information, click HERE.BACK TO TOP | GUITARIST INTERVEWS


INTRODUCING "RACKET OF THREE"- THE BRAND NEW CD FROM MAMBO SONS

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KENNY AARONSON , From Dust to Dylan (and beyond,) - INTERVIEW For over twenty-five years, Kenny Aaronson has been recognized as a world-class rock and roll bassist.Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Kenny started playing bass at age 15, and soon became a regular on the New York scene.


CRR Interview - The Story of Dust - Part 2: Kenny Kerner

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Kenny Aaronson went on to play bass guitar with Stories, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Foghat, Bob Dylan, Rick Derringer, Leslie West, Hall & Oates and many others.
Kenny: Mark Neuman is a musician who works at Legacy. Kenny: It is an incredible story and I have to pinch myself to make sure this is really happening. The Dust thing fizzled out and Kenny goes on to be a superstar, Marky - I have a hard time calling him Marky, Marc signs with the Ramones and is in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Richie and I have God knows how many Gold and Platinum records and now, 42 years later, it is like, "Hey guys, lets finish this Dust project." Kenny: The problem we had was that we had a bunch of shitty bass players in the band and we had four or five God awful lead singers. We had a drummer who was our best friend that we had to throw out because he was a Ringo type drummer. Richie was always crazy and Kenny was the best bass player. Kenny: My philosophy has always been that if you can't make people react, good or bad, then you've failed. Kenny: I kind of knew it was coming. Kenny: Richie and I wrote all of those songs except for "Loose Goose. On "Learning to Die" I wrote the lyrics and Kenny Aaronson wrote the music. Jeb: Tell me about writing "Learning to Die." Kenny: I was really good at writing lyrics. Kenny: "Thusly Spoken" is probably my best lyric. Kenny: That is a great one. Kenny: The band live was very constant and very consistently loud, fast and hard. They didn't mess up. The only variable was what was Richie going to do? He could suddenly throw his guitar through his amp. Once he picked up a brand new reverb unit and he just smashed it. He was obsessed and compelled to do this. It wasn't him and he might have even been possessed. He was mad on stage. You just couldn't stop him. It was like someone wound him up and he took off. He was like a locomotive. There was an intensity to their live show and the audiences loved it. Jeb: You have accomplished so much in your career-including discovering Kiss. I am wondering in all honestly how bizarre it is that after all of that you are now talking about Dust. Kenny: It's not bizarre; it's fucking surreal. Kenny: That has come up a lot. Marc and Kenny are willing to do it. Kenny: I would like to thank Richie, Marc and Kenny for being amazing musicians and for putting up with me as their manager and their lyricist. Kenny: I would like to thank Richie, Marc and Kenny for being amazing musicians and for putting up with me as their manager and their lyricist. Kenny: It is hard to go up against Gene Simmons.


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