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Thinking About Your Love



Multi-platinum selling artist Kenny Thomas had a hugely successful solo career in the 1990s, releasing eight UK Top forty singles and two UK Top Ten Albums.

Dominating the commercial, soul and album charts in the 90's, Kenny Thomas is a multi-platinum selling artist who had already received two Brit award nominations by the age of twenty-three.

Releasing eight UK Top 40 singles and two UK Top 10 albums Kenny regularly appeared on Top of The Pops & shared the stage with Edwin Starr, Mica Paris, Kool & The Gang, Freddie Jackson, Incognito and many more. Kenny's breakthrough came following the release of his debut hit Outstanding in 1991.

This was a cover of a Gap Band song and made the number twelve spot in the UK Singles Chart. He proceeded to release a further three singles that year which included his biggest hit Thinking About Your Love which peaked at number four staying in the chart for thirteen weeks. His hit Best of You, peaked at number eleven and stayed in the chart for seven weeks. His success continued through to his debut album, Voices, which sold 300,000 copies and peaked at number three in the UK Album Charts.

His second album Wait For Me reached number ten in the UK Albums Chart. Wait For Me was produced by Ian Green and featured Nu Colours and Young Disciples.

Kennys career revived in 2005 as he took part in ITV's Hit Me Baby One More Time which saw him joined by other one-time big pop stars such as Shalamar and Shakin' Stevens.

In 2016 Kenny joined Living in a Box as their lead singer replacing Richard Derbyshire until 2022.

Since then Kenny has been touring & performing at shows worldwide & is available to book via Polar Talent.

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