Keith Paine | Speakeasy

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Speakeasy

by Keith Paine

"Grit and gloss in equal measure...serious hooks." -- New York Press "Superb. Needs to be on the radio like...yesterday." -- Garageband.com
Genre: Rock: American Underground
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1. Mattie
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2. Lover Don't Look Back
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3. Motherless Children
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4. Lightning
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5. Daylight (For Billie)
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6. Diamond
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7. Weep & Beg
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8. Dead Fire
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9. Can't Stand The Rain
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Album Notes
Take a sip of your drink, close your eyes and imagine if Eddie Vedder was born in the Delta and spent his formative years on the Lower East Side, and you'll begin to get a taste of what Keith Paine's all about. Keith's latest release, "Speakeasy" (Nimble), was recorded with Ken Rich at Grand Street Recording in Brooklyn, NY. Letting his multi-talented band carry him forward, Paine captures an energy that can only be created when you put righteous players together in a room to play great songs, then get out of the way. Like his live shows, the self-produced "Speakeasy" is a trip through your soul, with edgy guitar, bad-ass beats, lap steel and some old-school attitude.

It's no shock that Keith and his music are consistently attracting new fans and an eclectic mix of kindred spirit A-list players, including his killer working band, keyboardist Rob Clores (The Black Crowes, Jesse Malin), trombonist Clark Gayton (Levon Helm), and Grammy-winning producer Jay Newland (of Norah Jones fame), who helmed Keith's first record. Paine’s made recent appearances at Le Poisson Rouge (Trudie Styler's RAN benefit) and Rockwood Music Hall in New York City, performed at festivals like CMJ and the madness of SXSW.


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