Faster Than Light is a pop-rock band based out of Rockland County, NY. FTL is the brainchild of guitarist/songwriter Keith Lenn, a mainstay in the Rockland music scene for over 30 years. Fronted by Ken Reedy, and with long-time drummer Doug Maresca, workhorse bassist David Greenberg, and Rockland guitar legend Ron Roberto, FTL puts together a brand of pop-rock not heard since the early 1990s. Fans liken FTL's sound to that of the Gin Blossoms, the Lemonheads, and Pearl Jam.


We all got together at a party and took a photo - first one in a long while. And then we practiced a few weeks later... in 2020! Hoping for some good things to happen with the band! Stay tuned!

Left to right: Doug Maresca (drums), David Greenberg (bass), Keith Lenn (guitar), Ken Reedy (vocals)


On Sunday night, 09-15-19, I had the pleasure of meeting up with Joe D'Urso and joining him as the special guest for his Dad Rock Radio Show on www.HudsonRiverRadio.com - I actually ran into him and his family earlier that day at a sporting goods store, and we looked at each other quite queerily, both thinking we were that other person that would be in the studio later in the evening. It was possibly the most fun I ever had doing a radio spot - I was there for two and a half hours and it could had gone on for another two and a half hours had it not been for the late hour! 

You will really enjoy this interview! The link is right here --> Dad Rock Interview with Keith Lenn and Joe D'Urso


Wow! Has it really been a year? Truthfully, Faster Than Light has been an on-again, off-again thing... I mean, there's always FTL stuff going on in the background...

Tonight I will be on Joe D'Urso's Dad Rock Radio Show - you can listen to it at www.HudsonRiverRadio.com from 10:00 pm to midnight - I will be talking all things FTL and LOF... chatting about music... a fun two hours of entertainment. I hope you can join us! Video is available as well - just find Hudson River Radio on Facebook and watch along!

--- See you soon --- Keith

It's been a while... 

Yep! It's been a while... I'm not yet ready to put a time limit on this project and there are some potentially exciting things happening for 2019. I won't get into details, but there are a ton of new songs that even Jessica would be proud of! You know, if she even existed... or does she? Stay tuned because I really want to get FTL back into the swing of things... ---Keith

Amazing News! 

The picture tells the story! FTL is honored and humbled to have hot number 9 on Australia's Banks Radio Network top 15 for the week of July 3rd! It's so amazing and a huge shout out belongs to Isaac Banks for promoting indie rock artists like FTL! 

Greetings from Keith... 

It has been a very long while since I've posted here about Faster Than Light, so here goes... In all honesty, there is not a lot going on right now with the band. It's frustrating, to say the least, but it has afforded me the opportunity to write music and lyrics and to gather and organize my thoughts regarding a possible follow-up CD. The first CD was done right, but the next one needs to be stepped up a bit. The new songs I have... I want to say they are great, but I want to be humble about them as well... many of the songs were written at around the same time the songs on NWSF were written - mid 90s... but there are new songs which are provocative, dangerous, sexy, and powerful... picture the world's strongest man on ice... if that makes any sense... Stay tuned... I hope to sneak into the studio during late summer if for no other reason than to just reacclimate and set the compass point in some unknown direction... ---Keith


It's been far too long since I posted anything on the FTL page. I know it is February already, but Happy Holidays, New Year... whatever it is you feel like celebrating! I know that FTL has been suspiciously quiet, especially with the release of our debut CD "Now We're Speaking French" not even being out a year now... Thank you to everyone who has purchased the physical CD, downloaded the CD or tracks, or streamed our music. Even though we have been damn near invisible, everyone in the band is talking... we are all friends first... and we promise something will be happening in 2018! Just gotta' be patient. And yes, we expect to have some new music - I've already written most of the next CD - maybe 2019? Fingers crossed! ---Keith


Keith here! Proud to announce that Ron Roberto has joined the Faster Than Light family as our new guitarist! He'll handle lead work on the cover tunes and also on some of the dual-guitar stuff from the CD. Ron needs no introduction - he's played guitar for Wreckoning, SRO, and now he adds FTL to the list! He's also in my band (and Doug, FTL's drummer) No Apologies! Ron - damn glad to have you aboard! Pictures and stuff soon!

Now We're Speaking French...! 

I want to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who has ordered "Now We're Speaking French..." or downloaded a track, listened on Spotify or Apple Music or Amazon... YouTube... I am blown away by the positive feedback I have been receiving from everyone! If you haven't already ordered a physical copy of the CD or downloaded it, then there is no better time than the present! You can order it right here on the website via our store, but if you are outside of the United States, due to high shipping rates, your best bet is probably to download from one of the many digital providers carrying our CD! If you are one of the many people who received a free copy from the band, and you enjoyed the CD, I am super-pleased and ask that you consider purchasing a copy for a friend. If we can sell 1000 copies in total, we can be fully funded to record and mass produce the next disc! But again, everyone in the band appreciates all of you guys and gals giving our music a listen! We plan on playing some shows later in the year, so stay tuned to this page for news! 

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Previous events

Losing Our Faculties (aka The Faculty Band)

The Setback Inn, 33 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591

Losing Our Faculties hits the Setback Inn in Tarrytown, NY for the second time in 2017 bringing an eclectic mix (I know...we need a new catch phrase...) of rock, country, and metal to the bar. Got Sabbath? Yep. Charlie Daniels? Yep. Jethro Tull? Yep. And more!

Fundraiser to fight Cancer featuring Dirty Martini (Ken Reedy)

Casa Mia Manor House, 577 Route 303, Blauvelt, NY

FTL vocalist Ken Reedy spends countless hours raising money for great causes - help support cancer research by coming out to watch his band, Dirty Martini, perform and help raise money for a fine cause!

The Subterraneans (David Greenberg on bass)

Fink's BBQ, 32 Orange Avenue, Suffern, NY

David's band, The Subterraneans, plays a great night of original music at Fink's in Suffern, NY. If you like the Allman Brothers and the Grateful Dead, you will love their original music. Keith might even be doing sound for the band that night!

Losing Our Faculties (aka The Faculty Band)

The Setback Inn, 33 Main Street, Tarrytown, NY 10591

Losing Our Faculties plays its first bar gig of 2017 at Tarrytown's Setback Inn. The Setback Inn is LOF's "home base" and you will all be in for a treat as the band brings a strange mix of rock, metal and country to Tarrytown!



D and D's, 191 South Main Street, New City, NY

D&D's is one of the best venues out there and it is always an EPIC evening when CRUSH rocks this locale! Journey, Bon Jovi, Billy Idol, Eddie Money, Poison, Motely Crue, Foreigner, Joan Jett, Evanescence, the list goes on... figure around 50 pop, rock, and metal classics! Keith on bass and Doug on drums!



Rudy's, 156 Central Park Avenue, Hartsdale, NY

CRUSH rocked Rudy's in May and plans on doing the same in October with its brand of bar rock classic rock and high energy anthem rock - Twisted Sister, Ratt, Poison, Heart, Joan Jett, Foreigner, Loverboy, Journey - it's going down! Keith on bass and Doug on drums!


CRUSH (Keith on bass, Doug on drums)

Fair Lawn Athletic Club (Club 1419), 14-19 Parmelee Avenue, Fair Lawn, NJ

CRUSH is excited to announce its debut at The Fair Lawn Athletic Club (Club 1419) on December 10, 2016! It was a regular patron of the club that turned on Club 1419 to our website and we are excited to bring out brand of anthem rock and arena classics to New Jersey! Bon Jovi, Poison, Journey, and more of the like!



The Captain's Table, 547 NY-17M, Monroe, NY

CRUSH is psyched to bring the arena to the Captain's Table in Monroe, NY! It will be great to rock out with Orange County once again as the band smokes through Van Halen, Foreigner, Pat Benatar, Heart, Poison, Joan Jett and all of your favorite tunes! Keith on bass and Doug on drums!



Rudy's, 156 South Central Avenue, Hartsdale, NY

CRUSH plays its first gig at Rudy's in Hartsdale, NY - be prepared for a night of bar rock and rock anthems from the bands you love - Bon Jovi, Foreigner, U2, Judas Priest, Twisted Sister and more! Keith on bass and Doug on drums!