Rick Keene Music Scene – The Who is Who of Fame at Studio 54

People think I'm crazy ... There was only one place to be in the 1970s. Studio54. The place to meet,to dance and to engage in a bohemian lifestyle. Thanks to The Rolling Stones and more particularly Jerry Hall - the video below captures the images of a nightclub filled with the most relevant artists of … Continue reading Rick Keene Music Scene – The Who is Who of Fame at Studio 54

Rick Keene Music Scene – The Rolling Stones; The Greatest Country Music Band of All Time?

Marie may have been a little bit Country and Donny may have been a little bit Rock n Roll but they have nothing on The Rolling Stones. From the beginning - The Rolling Stones' sound has been entrenched in Country music. Is it their Blues' influence which is also embedded in Country / Folk or … Continue reading Rick Keene Music Scene – The Rolling Stones; The Greatest Country Music Band of All Time?

Rick Keene Music Scene – New Tracks, Concert Listings and Things That Make You Go Hmm…

Just like life, music never stops until the plug is pulled. Tunes arrive daily. Some fantastic, some great, some average and some bad. In the scheme of things, as long as an effort is made; everything is beautiful. Please listen below to some of the best new tracks floating around and find out where you … Continue reading Rick Keene Music Scene – New Tracks, Concert Listings and Things That Make You Go Hmm…

Rick Keene Music Scene – Smoke Meat Pete’s Blues Playlist

Only one place to hear The Blues. The cornerstone of all music is alive and well in Montreal. You can hear it through various players, venues and Rick Keene Music Scene. Yet face it - there is only one place that gives you Live Blues seven nights a week ! Please listen below to some … Continue reading Rick Keene Music Scene – Smoke Meat Pete’s Blues Playlist

Rick Keene Music Scene – Happy Birthday Sir Michael Philip Jagger

"Sexually unsatisfied, financially unsatisfied and philosophically trying ..." The above quote was by Mick Jagger during their second tour of the U.S. in 1965. A tour which cemented their place at the time as second to The Beatles in the world. Over the years, The Stones - despite the backlash of 'society' over their rebellious … Continue reading Rick Keene Music Scene – Happy Birthday Sir Michael Philip Jagger