A prairie boy spinning new webs, constantly building things for the sensory fulfillment of himself and others; Kenny founded the award winning Canadian Rock trio Sleddogs in 2002. The melodic rock act garnered six TOP 100 radio singles over an eight-year period with the memorable track Perfect Place charting in the Top 40 on Canadian Radio. The success took the band into the USA, Europe and New Zealand. Kenny was named male performer and songwriter of the year 3 years in a row at the BC music awards. The band released 3 full length albums, and 1 EP as well as 4 videos all of which were MUCH Music adds. They also released 2 Christmas singles, most notably the rocking version of Frosty the Snowman that made the 2008 Top 10 MUCH Holiday Music list. Kenny’s first solo project “Pretty Holiday” was very well received by radio and by his fans. Kenny’s gritty vocal delivery and melodic writing hooks support the stories of human nature with strong inflections of those living off the land.
Kenny has more recently committed energy towards writing and recording workshops in public schools across Canada as well as the "No Time for That" Tour, a charity his daughter Elsie Morden founded. Kenny is also the creative director of Mountain Edge Entertainment, which offers development services for emerging artists such as co-writing, vocal coaching and performance. He has also worked in film and television as a voice-over artist, director and actor. Kenny also delivers a special concert in support of mental health initiatives called 'Neil Squared' - A tribute to Neil Young and Neil Diamond.