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Series cast summary:
John M. Keane ...
 Himself (4 episodes, 1977)
Tom Keane ...
 Himself (4 episodes, 1977)


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Comedy | Music | Musical





Release Date:

12 August 1977 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Gifted Professional Musicians barely 12 and 13
30 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Keane Brothers were the YOUNGEST Musicians to EVER host their own TV Variety Show on Network Television. These boys of barely 12 and 13 years old were accomplished musicians, music writers and performing artists. Between them, they played more than 8 instruments by the time they were 12. Tommy was the eldest and was the lead singer, writer of most of their music. He played piano and keyboards in most segments as well as amazing jazz pieces on vibraphone, alongside his talented little brother, John. Johnny was the percussion maven and could also play the piano as well as vibes and guitar. Their amazing professional talent was premature for the media of the 70's. However, they continued as serious musicians. Today John Keane is the music composer for CBS series Crime Scene Investigation (CSI). Tom Keane is an accomplished writer, composer, producer with his independent label Diversified American Music (D.A.M.) -- He has composed and arranged music for artists like Celine Dion, Barbara Streisand, Black Eyed Peas, Chicago.... Do you remember "Will You Still Love me?" -- Tom wrote that. Do you remember Chaka Khan's "Through the Fire?" -- that was ALSO Tom's piece. Kudos to the two kids who lit up my life musically as a child and continue to make such an impact in our Pop Culture today.

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