Kenny Herbert - Songwriter

The Last Song in Abbey Road

Albums The Last Song in Abbey road

The Last Song in Abbey Road - Kenny Herbert

The songs on this album where written by my friend Ed Jones and myself with our love of all things Beatles.

“Dedicated to John, Paul, George & Ringo. Since 1963 their words and melodies have stayed with us through the happy and sad times.

Growing up listening to the Beatles gave us the inspiration to sing and write music. To record at the most well known studio in the world… ‘The Beatles Studio 2’ in Abbey road was for us, the fulfilment of a dream, and one which we will remember for the rest of our Lives.

The biggest musical love of our lives has always been ‘The Beatles’ that is why Ed Jones and myself decided to write this album, not to try and copy the Fab four, (as if) but to celebrate the overall sound and good feeling they gave in their music.

In these songs we have tried to make them sound as if they have the ambience and good melodies of the great songs written back then. Being writers and musicians we all strive to get the best results, with the music being the real reward”.

I Don’t Know Why – available to buy here on CD and from 28th December 2022 to Download on Spotify & iTunes

View a promo video of Kenny performing “Childhood Days”  from the album ‘The Last song in Abbey Road’

‘Childhood Days’

written and performed by Kenny Herbert on YOUTUBE

Albums & Singles

Forever & Beyond - Kenny Herbert

Forever & Beyond

Famous faces on a bar room wall

Famous Faces on a Bar Room Wall

Songs of our Lives

Songs of our Lives

The Last Song in Abbey Road

The Last Song at Abbey Road

Lonely Street

Lonely Street

Samples from the 11 track album with booklet – listen on the player below

* Childhood Days
* I Don’t Know Why
* Money Tree

Listen to all these songs by clicking the arrows on the player below to play the tracks.

Childhood Days

by Kenny Herbert | The Last Song in Abbey Road

I Don't Know Why

by Kenny Herbert | The Last Song in Abbey Road

Money Tree

by Kenny Herbert | The Last Song in Abbey Road