Lenny Kravitz

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Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz in Brasília, Brazil on March 19, 2005
Background information
Birth name Leonard Albert Kravitz
Also known as The Krav
Born May 26, 1964 (1964-05-26) (age 50)
New York City, New York, USA
Origin United States
Genres Rock, hard rock, funk rock, album rock, neo-psychedelia, pop rock, soul, R&B, ballads
Occupations Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, arranger, actor
Instruments Vocals, guitar, bass, drums, harmonica, keyboards, percussion, sitar, piano
Years active 1989–present
Labels Virgin Records America
Associated acts Karl Denson, Dan Dyer, Vanessa Paradis, Madonna, Slash, Aerosmith, Mick Jagger, Guns N' Roses, Baha Men, Michael Kamen, Angie Stone, Cree Summer, Lionel Richie, Zoro, Velvet Revolver, Craig Ross, David Bowie
Website www.lennykravitz.com

Leonard Albert "Lenny" Kravitz (born May 26, 1964) is an American rock singer, songwriter and musician. His mother, Roxie Roker (1929-1995), was an actress on The Jeffersons in the 1970s.[1] Some of his biggest hit songs include "It Ain't Over Til It's Over", "Again", and "Fly Away".[2] He sung on "(I Can't Make It) Another Day" Michael Jackson's 2010 album Michael. He also wrote and produced the song.

Albums[change | change source]

Year Album
1989 Let Love Rule
1991 Mama Said
1993 Are You Gonna Go My Way
1995 Circus
1998 5
2001 Lenny
2004 Baptism
2008 It Is Time for a Love Revolution
2011 Black and White America

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