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Right Here Right Now

by Dave Keyes

Dave's rollicking keyboards propel his 5th CD of Rockin' Rhythm and Blues- It's as if Little Feat meets the Allman Bros by way of the Meters and Jerry Lee Lewis with special guests Popa Chubby and more.
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Here She Comes Again
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2. You Think I Don't Know
5:45 $0.99
3. Nothing Left to Lose
4:30 $0.99
4. Shadow Boogie
5:20 $0.99
5. Sit Right Here
4:48 $0.99
6. Who Stole the Baby Jesus
4:59 $0.99
7. Never Say Goodbye
4:52 $0.99
8. Now's My Time
4:34 $0.99
9. Delta Queen
3:26 $0.99
10. Wronged Man Blues
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Album Notes

Dave has been a mainstay on the New York music scene for over 20 years, playing with some of the most important figures of blues, roots and folk music. This varied musical journey started in the spiritual Southern sounds of blues, soul and classic boogie-woogie, and continues through Dave's recent CD's and his vibrant soulful live shows.

His 4th CD, Roots In the Blues. which received 3 1/2 stars from Downbeat magazine, is a rambunctious set of mostly original material that ranges from New Orleans second line funk to slow, sensual blues and swaggering shuffles.

Live performances-Dave's masterful rapport with his audience has become a distinctive element for Dave and his band, with their performances earning them many kudos including winning the Blues Foundation's International Blues Competition. Their many festival appearances include King Biscuit Blues Festival, Mississippi Valley Blues Festival, and annual appearances at Lugano Switzerlands's Blues to Bop Festival among many others.

Over the last 10 years,Dave has worked as sideman for a who's who of roots music masters, such as Odetta, Bo Diddley, Sleepy La Beef, Big Jay McNeely, Eddy Clearwater, Tracy Nelson, Wayne and Ronnie Baker Brooks, and the late Ruth Brown, in addition to accompanying such diverse artists as Gladys Knight, Pam Tillis, David Johansen,
Darlene Love and the late Lou Rawls. He currently appears frequently with bluesman Popa Chubby.

Dave's CD's have garnered some terrific reviews!!!!
KEYBOARD magazine named Dave unsigned artist of the month saying "tasty piano driven funk territory and features one of the hottest breakdowns we've heard all year. Dave is a class act"
DOWNBEAT says 3 1/2 stars and "enjoyable all the way".....

Roots in the Blues is getting some great reviews!!!!
KEYBOARD magazine in Jan. named Dave unsigned artist of the month in its Jan 2010 issue saying "tasty piano driven funk territory and features one of the hottest breakdowns we've heard all year. Dave is a class act"
while April's DOWNBEAT says 3 1/2 stars and "enjoyable all the way".....
"A big old growl, some two fisted pianistics, and you’ve got a bump-‘n-grind social music that accounts for Albert Ammons and Lowell George.” (The Village Voice)
“Dave Keyes has a rolling piano style with a solid left hand, and he sings in a fine form…Bootin’ arrangements sure to please fans of roots rock and boogie.” (Living Blues Magazine)

Over the last decade Dave has worked in many roles as a band leader and Conductor for both Broadway shows and TV, most notably conducting over 600 performances during the six year run of the Grammy winning Broadway musical smash SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE. Since then, he's conducted and performed in the orchestras of Broadway musicals LENNON, URBAN COWBOY and the Earth Wind & Fire inspired HOT FEET.



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