One of the Keane brothers…

Tom has collaborated as writer and musician with many producers and artists, such as: David Foster, Burt Bacharach, Peter Allen, George Benson, Kenny Rogers, Patti La Belle, Chicago, Al Jarreau, Patti Austin, Jermaine Jackson, Chaka Kahn, Barbara Streisand, and Celine Dion.

Tom Keane 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.

Through The Fire has become a classic R&B standard and has also enjoyed a million broadcast performances. In 2007, Tom decided to re open his Father’s legendary Record Company, Del-Fi. Renamed, DMG-Del-Fi Music Group, Tom paired up with Raquel Tolmaire and long time manager friend and colleague. Keane and Tolmaire are focused on bringing new music to market with a longevity artist in mind.

Along with a profit sharing business model, artists are more involved in their own business and share in the responsibility for building visibility and brand. DMG’s first signing, NEEDMORE ( will be released March-April of ‘09.


Smoove´And Juicy Covers

Aosis Records 2001

Tracks: Through The Fire, Tell Me What I Gotta Do, One More Time Around, Will You Still Love Me, No One Emotion & Loving Every Moment.

Musicians on the Smoove´And Kuicy Covers album: Tom Keane, Michael Landau, Chris Camozzi, Jason Scheff & Bill Champlin.

I Love A Gershwin Tune

Aosis Records 2000

Tracks: Embraceable You, 'S Wonderful, Someone To Watch Over M, Summer Time, Love Is Here To Stay & They can't Take That Away From Me.

Musicians on the I Love A Gershwin Tune album: Tom Keane, Michael Landau, John Keane, Ted Landau, Jason Scheff, Larry Wiliams & Luis Conte.