Tom Keane has collaborated as writer and musician with many artists, such as: Jermaine Jackson, Celine Dion, Al Jarreau, Barbra Streisand, Patti LaBelle, Chaka Khan, Kenny Rogers, Chicago, David Foster, Burt Bacharach, Peter Allen, George Benson and Patti Austin.
He has been awarded a Grammy nomination for Though The Fire, for which he co-wrote with David Foster and Cynthia Weil (You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling) and a Golden Globe nomination for The Secret of My Success soundtrack. The song Will You Still Love Me, recorded by Chicago, and co-wrote by Tom Keane, David Foster and Richard Baskin, became a number one hit and has well over a million broadcast performances.
Tom Keane was born in Los Angeles, California, into a family of musical pioneers. His father, Bob Keane, founded Del-Fi Records and produced musical icons from Sam Cooke and Richie Valens to Barry White, David Gates and Bobby Fuller.
What Tom Keane says about SCOPE:
I use SCOPE to run all the incredible synths that are available for the platform for many years now. From pads to effects, there is never a lack of options. Killer Stuff!