Hang Me - Steven Keene - No Alternative

Label: Moo Records - 2351 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock
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He crisscrossed the Hang Me - Steven Keene - No Alternative of McDougal and Bleecker playing open mikes, hootenanny's and small clubs. InSteven released his first album, "Keene On Dylan" with He also played a tune on this album, "Only Homeless" with Danny Kalb, legendary musician from the 60's Village scene.

Steven toured Europe backed by BMG's press and promotion. He was featured on Vin Scelsa's "Idiot's Delight" and toured as well to promote the album. The 3 song Maxi CD has been distributed throughout Europe. Veteran New York folkie and singer-songwriter Steven Keene knows that knocking back a glass of bourbon to a sad song is like therapy for love and lust gone awry. The collection of originals will be released as a series of singles over the next few months, with one new track slated to drop every three Hang Me - Steven Keene - No Alternative.

You ever been there? I think it's one of those drinking songs that a lot O Holy Night - Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Eve And Other Stories people could relate to.

I guess it depends on what side of the fence you're on with it. This is illustrated by the impressive roster of musicians he's worked with over the years.

Keene grew up in Brooklyn New York and got his start playing the folk clubs and cafes of the Greenwich Village scene in the early '90s alongside contemporaries Beck, Susanne Vega, Shawn Colvin, and others.

Back then, Keene shared stages and played regularly with then fellow emerging unknown folkie Beck at joints like Sun Mountain Cafe and the Chameleon.

He also played a tune on this album, "Only Homeless" with Danny Kalbthe legendary musician from the 60's Village scene. Keene was featured on Vin Scelsa 's "Idiot's Delight" and toured extensively to promote the album. Like all good tunes, Keene's songs are well-steeped in the craft of storytelling.

Yet, the refreshingly peculiar aspect Who Do You Love - Kingdom Come - In Your Face Keene's distinctive lyrical style is its capacity to conjure that universally relatable imagery of love, of loss, and longing that leaves the listener nodding "yeah, I've been there" and connecting to living the story through their own lived experience.

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