12 Songs, 45 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
16 Ratings
16 Ratings

A great start

If the rest of the songs are as great as the three they give you with preview purchase, this will be a fantastic album. Singable song lines, and considerate lyrics. Different (better) than other country out there I.M.O.

I'm looking forward to getting to hear the rest of the record.


Heartfelt storytelling.

The songs speak to all walks of life. Great start to a promising future.


Buy this album!

Kenny puts the deepest places of his heart into words with each song on this album. We can all identify with the level of emotion his story tells and feel the ache of those deepest cuts.

About Kenny Foster

Nashville-based singer and songwriter Kenny Foster was born and raised in Joplin, Missouri and grew up singing in church, but he was also fully aware of the pop and country songs he heard all around him, and began playing guitar and writing his first songs in high school. He majored in philosophy at Missouri State University before transferring to Belmont University in Nashville, where he graduated with a degree in philosophy and American culture in 2004. Following college, Foster worked in and around the music scene, interning at Sony BMG, marketing for CMT and MTV, and he continued to write songs, finally tracking some of them and digitally releasing them on his website as the album For Now in 2008. He formed the group Philos with his friends Vince Romanelli and Michael Shoup, and the band self-produced an EP, recording it in basements and friend’s studios, finally releasing it in 2009. Foster began releasing newer solo material on his website early in 2011, calling the accumulation of songs a WP (work in progress). A horrible storm ravaged his hometown of Joplin in the spring of that year, and Foster wrote the moving “Hometown,” releasing it as a single that same spring, with proceeds going to a relief fund to help rebuild the community. ~ Steve Leggett

Joplin, Missouri



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