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Kenny Morris
Kenny Morris1
Performing "Hong Kong Garden"

Birth name

Kenneth Ian Morris


February 1st, 1957




Hong Kong Garden TV Punk show Revolver 1978


Post-punk, New wave, Gothic rock, Alternative rock

Years active



Drummer, Composer

Video URL


N/A - Screenshot of a Live Show from YouTube

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Kenny Morris (born Kenneth Ian Morris 1 February 1957) was the first studio drummer of Siouxsie and the Banshees.

He was a member of the band from January 1977 until September 1979. He played on the albums The Scream and Join Hands. He also composed with them the hit single "Hong Kong Garden".

Morris attended St Ignatius College, Enfield, where he became a friend of future collaborator and film director John Maybury. Morris then attended Barnet College of Further Education.[1] He also studied Fine Art and Film-making at North East London Polytechnic.

After leaving the Banshees, Kenny Morris worked as a drummer with Helen Terry and other musicians for live stage sets. He made the film and soundtrack La Main Morte with narration by Dorothy Lalanne and music by Kenny Morris, John Maybury and Jean-Michelle Baudry.[2] [3]

Other rock musicians who attended St. Ignatius College, Enfield between 1968 and 1975 (Kenny Morris' contemporaries) are Adrian Smith (Iron Maiden), Kevin Savigar (songwriter and keyboards player to Rod Stewart) Rick Driscoll (lead singer with 'Kenny' and guitarist for Cockney Rebel), and Peter hugo Daly (actor musician).