Posted by themusicsover on August 18, 2010
February 10, 1946 – August 18, 2010
Kenny Edwards was a folk-rock singer-songwriter and guitarist who is best remembered as a founding member of the Stone Poneys along with Linda Ronstadt and Bob Kimmel. Formed in 1965, the group helped pave the way for the popular “Laurel Canyon” sound of ’70s country rock. Their 1967 album Evergreen, Volume 2 included the hit single, “Different Drum,” which helped set up Ronstadt’s wildly successful solo career. Even though the group’s recording career lasted just 15 months, they remarkably, released three full albums. After the Stone Poneys parted ways, Edwards formed the moderately successful Bryndle, then went solo, and collaborated with the likes of Karla Bonoff, Warren Zevon, Stevie Nicks, Brian Wilson, and Don Henley. In 1974, Edwards and Ronstadt again joined forces to release one of her most popular albums, Heart Like A Wheel. They continued to work together for many more years. Kenny Edwards passed away on August 18, 2010. He was 64 and had been battling prostate cancer.
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