keane

Imagine seeing ZZ Top cycle past you at Center Parcs or the Stereophonics queuing behind you to see the lions at Cricket St. Thomas (near Chard)? With this in mind I have draw you a picture of how good it would be to see Keane on their band holiday. Enjoy.
Despite the quality of song writing (for the first three albums, at least) being fairly consistent, Keane have struggled to appear relevant, and are forced to release a Best Of already.
Lily Allen will reportedly make her music comeback this Christmas with a cover of Keane's 2004 song 'Somewhere Only We Know
If people don't go to these venues then they will be unsustainable in the long run. If smaller venues go then it will make it almost impossible for budding musicians to get their first gig. What will happen then? Will we be left with a situation where acts have to audition for talent shows to get their break? It's a depressing thought.
Coldplay's second album has been named the favourite album of all time by radio listeners. 'A Rush Of Blood To The Head' triumphed
For a band that have been making music for over twelve years, they have lasted the duration and solidly. Through excessive highs and textbook rock and roll lows Keane are still standing strong with the ability to sell out stadiums across the globe.
Sadly another 12 months has gone by and the reality tv route and the 'half a slim chance in hell's' option of getting a slot on Later are still the only outlets for music artists on TV.
Days were made and dreams were shattered as the Q Awards 2012 announced its winners in Central London. A host of the music
With the announcement of Keane's forthcoming release 'Upstairs At United - Vol. 5', they have created a special edition 4 track vinyl recorded in analogue for Nashville based label 453 Music. Available through keanemusic.com, fans get to experience something truly magical.
It's all too easy for a football fan to be dismissive of their club's Reserves team - after all, the perception that fans have today about young players is something along the lines of 'if they're 18/19 and not in the first team then they can't be any good'.