A rock singer-songwriter whose multicultural background matched his effortless blending of music genres, Lenny Kravitz incorporated elements of soul, funk, R&B, glam, Motown and rock-n-roll to create a sound of his very own. Briefly known as "Romeo Blue," Kravitz achieved notoriety for his elopement with "The Cosby Show" (NBC, 1984-1992) actress Lisa Bonet, but their union ultimately inspired his music at the peak of his musical fame. He recorded a string of successful albums, including 1989's <i>Let Love Rule</i>, 1991's <i>Mama Said</i>, 1993's <i>Are You Gonna Go My Way</i>, 2001's <i>Lenny</i> and 2011's <i>Black and White America</i>, as well as scored several hit singles, including "It Ain't Over 'Til It's Over," "Are You Gonna Go My Way," "Fly Away," and "Lady." Accruing multiple Grammys, a global reputation as a style icon and an illustrious career as a producer, songwriter and musician-for-hire, the cooler-than-cool Kravitz also notched acclaimed screen roles in "Precious: Based on the Novel <i>Push</i> by Sapphire" (2008) and "The Hunger Games" (2012). A virtuoso in the style of Jimi Hendrix and Marvin Gaye, Lenny Kravitz became one of the modern era's great rock stars on the strength of his supreme talent and vintage-but-modern, new-Bohemian ethos.