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Billy Keane: New singles, summer tour, and album "Oh, These Days" on 9/8

Billy Keane
Dylan Law
Billy Keane

Singer/songwriter Billy Keane's sound is a blending of new folk/Americana with indie rock and country. His musical legacy has taken him to festivals all over the country, and he has had the honor of sharing the stage with household names like: James Taylor, Yo-Yo Ma, The Gin Blossoms, Blues Traveler and many others at venues wide-ranging.

Billy was with us a year ago to discuss his full-length record, "Too Much to Let it Go." Now, he is back with new singles and to talk about his sophomore album, "Oh, These Days," which will be released on September 8.


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Joe talks to people on the radio for a living. In addition to countless impressive human "gets" - he has talked to a lot of Muppets. Joe grew up in Philadelphia, has been on the area airwaves for more than 25 years and currently lives in Washington County, NY with his wife, Kelly, and their dog, Brady. And yes, he reads every single book.
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