December 1, 2017
- Keene Brothers “Island of Lost Lucys” Blues and Boogie Shoes (Fading Captain Series/Recordhead) 2006
- Keene Brothers “Death Of The Party” Blues and Boogie Shoes (Fading Captain Series/Recordhead) 2006
- Tommy Keene “Love Is A Dangerous Thing” Sleeping On A Rollercoaster (Matador) 1992
- Tommy Keene “Safe In The Light” Back Again (Try…) (Dolphin Records) 1984
- Tommy Keene “Nothing Can Change You” Based On Happy Times (Geffen) 1989
This is the final part of our interview series with power pop icon Tommy Keene. Tommy sat down with Jim and Patrick a couple of months back at the restaurant Villain & Saint, in Bethesda, Maryland, and talked about his collaborations with Paul Westerberg and Robert Pollard. In addition, Tommy also discussed his biggest regrets as an artist.
If you would like to read more about Tommy and his life, we highly recommend reading this incredibly thoughtful, and powerful article by his brother Bobby. – http://tommykeene.com/index.php/2017/11/27/a-few-words-about-tommy-to-his-friends-and-fans/
Rest in power, Tommy.
Where credit is due: Photograph of Tommy Keene (the thumbnail of this post) taken by Mariela T. Huerta.
FUN FACT: Tommy was a collaborator with Matthew Sweet (who we also interviewed a couple of months back). Matthew said of Tommy after his passing, “He was a true classic, and a wonderful friend. Long may the music and the man be remembered. His songs are playing in my heart now…”
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