About Kenneth Nixon
Singer-songwriter and founding member of the rock band Framing Hanley, whose discography includes the singles "Criminal," "Hear Me Now," "You Stupid Girl," and a cover of Lil Wayne's "Lollipop."
Born and raised in Gallatin, Tennessee, he started his first band in high school. The band primarily covered Bush songs.
He failed a songwriting course in college twice which he attributes to him never doing his workbook assignments.
He married April Nixon. They have sons named Kaedyn, Landry and Zayd.
A then-unknown Taylor Swift frequented the local Applebee's in his hometown, where he worked, and left him her number on multiple occasions. He never called.
Latest information about Kenneth Nixon updated on April 06, 2020.