One cannot truly appreciate BKF without first seeing him perform, preferably live (not simply on video). He is a "one-man-band" using the Warr Guitar, several effects pedals, and various other instruments such as a snare drum, cowbell, or a tiny, electronic toy guitar that plays glam-metal riffs (featured in his tribute to Yngwie Malmstein). His songs are quirky, patchwork soundscapes of his effects-laden Warr guitar wizardry and his off-beat lyrics covering topics such as the Fed-Ex lady who delivered his first Warr guitar, El Chupacabra, his dog Big Tujunga, and Bobby Salazar's, a Mexican restaurant in his home town, Fresno, California. "Armed with raisins, sing-along lyric sheets, and his giant super guitar, Kenney Fresno seeks to create a performance so dense, with a gravitational pull so great, that even light cannot escape. This black hole of entertainment is so heavy that it ultimately collapses on itself upon spewing the audience with all that is Fresno." (from his homesite: Bonghitrecords.com). That may not make sense to you, but once you see him perform live, it will all become clear. And until you see him live, listening to his music will not do him justice and you may even write him off.