Born in Oklahoma and raised in the small town of Flint Texas, Kenny Freeman's music is a mixture of Red Dirt Country and Texas Blues. A third generation musician, Kenny was constantly surrounded by jam sessions comprised of his father, his uncle and their friends. At a young age he found Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan. He later discovered songwriters like Townes Van Zandt, Ray Wylie Hubbard and Lyle Lovett. After five years in Nashville touring extensively both as an acoustic act and with his full band, The Smokey Gringos, it was time for a change. This led to a journey across the Pacific and into the heart of Asia. What resulted was 15 months spent throughout Korea and Southeast Asia playing music, teaching English, and exploring the world. He's now based in Austin, TX.