Sean Keane had no title for track 12, and he called it Rehearsal Room One in memory of his recording days with Ceoltoiri Chualann. Definitely grab it if you see it. The tune that Sean plays before the Contradiction is sometimes called "Grants. BTW, that’s a photo of Dolores Keane’s brother, Sean. He’s a singer from Galway, NOT the world famous fiddle player from Dublin who plays with the Chieftains. OOPS! Posted by Ediot 4 years ago. Re: Sean Keane.
Keane are an English rock band from Battle, East Sussex, formed in 1995. The band currently comprises Tom Chaplin (lead vocals, electric/acoustic guitar), Tim Rice-Oxley (piano, synthesisers, bass guitar, backing vocals), Richard Hughes (drums, percussion, backing vocals), and Jesse Quin (bass guitar, acoustic/electric guitar, backing vocals). Their original line-up included founder and guitarist Dominic Scott, who left in 2001.
Listen to music from Sean Keane like Kilkelly, Ireland and Tunnel Tigers 13. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Sean Keane. Seán, a native of Dublin, grew up in a home steeped in the traditional music of Ireland. His parents were both traditional fiddlers and he began playing the fiddle at a young age. He displayed his talents at an early age and was sent to the Dublin School of Music where he received classical training.
The brother of Dolores Keane, one of Ireland's finest singers, Sean Keane has consistently garnered acclaim for his own talents. A former member of Reel Union, which featured his sister, Mairtin O'Connor, and Johnny Faulkner, and Arcady, which featured Johnny "Ringo" McDonagh, Sharon Shannon, Cathal Hayden, and Frances Black, Keane has made his greatest mark as a soloist. His first solo album, All Heart, No Roses, released in 1994, was named Debut Album of the Year by Q Magazine. Three years later, Keane was voted Performer of the Year by readers of Irish Music Magazine
Newman University, Birmingham.