ComedianBookings.com is a comedian booking agency helping corporations in contacting Big Kenny's agent, contacting Big Kenny's management company, booking Big Kenny appearances, Big Kenny stand up comedy , hiring Big Kenny for endorsement deals and booking Big Kenny autograph signings. We are a comedian booking agency and speakers bureau that also hires Big Kenny for corporate event appearances, personal appearances, celebrity golf tournaments, tradeshows, conventions, store grand openings, VIP meet and greets, licensing deals, print advertising and television commercials. ComedianBookings.com is a comedian booking agency providing information about Big Kenny's accomplishments, Big Kenny’s biography and Big Kenny’s appearance booking fees.
Big & Rich is an American country music duo comprising singer-songwriters Big Kenny and John Rich, the latter of whom is a former member of Lonestar. Both members alternate as lead vocalists and play rhythm guitar. They first performed together in 1998, and after writing several songs for other country artists, the duo signed to a record deal with Warner Bros. Records in 2003.
Big & Rich's first studio album, Horse of a Different Color, was released in 2004. This album produced four straight Top 40 country hits, including the #11 "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)", as well as collaborations with Cowboy Troy, Gretchen Wilson and Martina McBride.
Comin' to Your City, released in November 2005, added another top-20 single, the Vietnam War-inspired "8th of November", as well as two other songs that reached the top 40. Joining the duo on this album were Cowboy Troy, Wilson, and Kris Kristofferson. Big & Rich's third studio album, Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace, produced the duo's first Number One single, the wedding ballad "Lost in This Moment". The duo also branched out beyond country music, collaborating with John Legend, Wyclef Jean, Lil Jon, and Bon Jovi. After this album, both members went on hiatus: Rich released the album Son of a Preacher Man which included the hit "Shuttin' Detroit Down," and Kenny released his first solo single, "Long After I'm Gone."