Dinny Keague's new track, "Sandy"

We've been working away at Due South Studios with Dinny Keague and a stellar line-up of musicians (Toby Gebb - drums, Darren Lipper - bass, Roy Dunlap - piano & organ, Marco Viccaro - guitar), putting the finishing touches on Dinny's song, "Sandy" (named after the hurricane/super-storm that devastated NYC and the surrounding coastal areas). 

 Dinny Keague (center) flanked by Paul O'Hara (left) and Marco Viccaro (right) during the recording sessions for "Sandy" at Due South Studios.

Dinny Keague (center) flanked by Paul O'Hara (left) and Marco Viccaro (right) during the recording sessions for "Sandy" at Due South Studios.

The inspiration & chords came to Dinny on that very night - the night that the storm approached the tri-state – as he and his family braced for its arrival. Nearly one year since he put pen to paper, we're in the process of laying down the final vocals and knocking out the mix. Below is a rough. . . .

Singer/songwriter Dennis "Dinny" Keague is a native of County Meath, Ireland - but has called Long Island's Garden City home for more than 20 years. He has recorded on both sides of the Atlantic in legendary studios ranging from Sun Studios in Memphis to LA's Sunset Sound to London's Abbey Road. His music, too, has played on both sides of the Atlantic - on stations ranging from WFUV to the BBC. You can see Dinny play live - solo & with his band - in & around NYC.