Todd Kerns may be the best rock star that America hasn’t heard of, but all this may change if his new band Sin City Sinners continue their path to success.
Kerns is best known to Canadian audiences as the lead singer for Canadian gold record artist Age of Electric and their critically acclaimed spin-off Static in Stereo and now as front man for SIN CITY SINNERS, Together with the other Sinners, Todd plays at least four shows a week in Las Vegas to standing room only crowds. Sin City Sinners has become a fixture at several major Vegas hot spots.
Todd has played on legendary stages from The Whiskey A Go and The Roxy in LA to CBGBs in New York City to Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto and has no intention of stopping anytime soon.
Born and reared in the heartland of the Canadian prairies Todd first garnered attention with his first band The Age of Electric who went on to attain Gold selling status as well as being nominated for a Juno (Canada’s Grammy). The Age of Electric worked with luminary producers Bob Rock (Metallica) and Gil Norton (Foo Fighters) and are still remembered as one of Canada’s favorite alternative rockers.
After The Age of Electric Todd and brother, former AOE bass player, John formed Static in Stereo with youngest brother Ryan. Their self titled album went on to receive critical acclaim and secured Todd’s place as a fixture on the Canadian music scene.
Todd, among other artists, was also briefly considered to front Velvet Revolver though that position was ultimately filled by Scott Weiland.
In 2007 Todd joined Brent Muscat’s Faster Pussycat as part of their 20th anniversary tour through the US, UK and Europe.