This is Kenny's 2nd CD on Hi Top Records and shows how his songwriting has taken a giant leap forward. This album is a mix of some of the best of his funny songs with his more serious rootsy, folkpop ballads. His backup bands, Widget and the Hot Donuts Trio, both serve as perfect compliments to his eclectic styles on this album. Baseball fans should check out 'Ernie Shore' -- a fascinating and true story from 1917 when the Boston Red Sox were 'defending World Champions'! Kenny's relative was a pitcher and had an amazing game against the Senators that ended up in the record books. Gary Owen's layered guitars melt all over 'Where Feelings Go' and add subtle texture to 'Ogburn Avenue' and 'Writing On the Wall' without overpowering either song. Steve Samosky's bass meanders all over these songs giving them an interesting depth. Ian Schreier does double duty by engineering all but 3 songs -- the 3 he plays drums on! And he does a fine job in both departments. Margaret White -- from the band, Regina Hexaphone, etc -- does some fine fiddling throughout Ernie Shore, Cryin', and Miserable Cat. Carla Burgess adds the perfect touch of percussion and backup vocals on several songs. There's so much to say about this album! Check it out for yourself by clicking on the adjacent songlist to hear mp3 clips.