Todd Kerns, recently declared to be "the Most Rockin’ Canadian Bassist of the 21st Century", performed with his band SMK&C (Slash featuring Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators) on the Howard Stern Show yesterday.
That's a long way from his birthplace of Estevan, Saskatchewan.
But anybody who's been following the lanky rocker's career with wicked Vancouver bands like Age of Electric and Static in Stereo--or his impressive solo outings--knew that he was destined for the big time.
What we didn't know was that he wasn't even all that lanky--at least in comparison to the King of All Media himself.
We'd write a bunch more about how great Kerns is, but it would distract us from listening to the new SMK&C CD, World on Fire, recently declared to be "the Most Rockin' Rock Album of the 21st Century".
(I just declared that two seconds ago.)
God damn is it good!