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 Let Love Rule, 1991's Mama Said, 1993's Are You Gonna Go My Way, 2001's Lenny and 2011's Black and White America, 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 Push 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.