Kenny Kweens is an American musician who is best known for his nine-year tenure as bassist in the hard rock band Beautiful Creatures. In 2009, Kweens left the group and joined L.A. Guns, replacing previous bassist Scott Griffin. However, in 2011, Kweens departed, replaced by Griffin. On September 22, 2014, it was announced that Griffin had once again departed the band, and Kweens rejoined the band.
|Origin:||New Orleans, Louisiana, US|
|Genres:||Hard rock, heavy metal, glam metal|
|Instruments:||Bass, guitar, vocals|
|Associated acts:||Beautiful Creatures, L.A. Guns, Villains of Vaudeville, Shake the Faith, No. 9, Diamond Star Halo, Melody Black|
|Labels:||Warner Bros, JVC, Spitfire, Sire, Alpha, Burnet, Hi/Fi, Perris|
About Kenny Kweens
Bassist best known for his nine-year stint as a member of the rock band Beautiful Creatures. Since leaving the group in 2009, he has played with the Los Angeles rock band L.A. Guns and fronted his own group, Vaudeville Villains.
He joined the band Shake the Faith in 1994. The group later changed its name to No. 9 and put out an album called Greatest Hits shortly before disbanding.
His music has been featured in films like The Proposal and Rollerball as well as television series like Sons of Anarchy and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
His mother appears in the video for the Vaudeville Villains track "Black Heart Saints."
He and DJ Ashba have both been members of Beautiful Creatures.
Information related to Kenny Kweens
- L.A. Guns members
- Beautiful Creatures (band) members
- Glam metal musicians
- American heavy metal bass guitarists
- Musicians from New Orleans
- American rock bass guitarists