With a unique ability to top introspective lyrics and soulful R&B and with a modern pop twist, Mack Keane is a musical force to be reckoned with. With Bob Keane, legendary founder of Del-Fi Records (Ritchie Valens, Sam Cooke, Bobby Fuller Frank Zappa), Tom Keane, veteran musician (Barbra Streisand, Chaka Khan, Celine Dion, Chicago) and actress/vocalist Paula Mulcahy all a part of his family lineage, Keane has songwriting in his DNA — though the budding producer climbed up NYC’s music scene all on his own.
After dabbling in musical theater, singing in an a cappella group, and even fronting a rock band in high school, the college junior has set his sights on a solo career and found his voice most authentic as a solo performer.
His forthcoming debut EP 2107 is named after his freshman year dorm room number, not only because all of the songs were written within those four walls, but also because they delve into vast personal growth. Peppered with saxophone and an eclectic mix of percussive instruments, the seven-track collection is emotive and individualistic, private and distinctive, all at once.