It's as if the "sensitive" songwriter entered the studio and left with a punk/emo edge. The project was the most satisfying effort so far in Keith's young career, producing a recording quality he's dreamed of for four years. Love is a Hero emerged in an exciting year also notable for reaching new audiences. Can't Breathe was featured on the second season (episode 3) of MTV's Laguna Beach, while Never Be The Same was used in the show's season finale. Can't Breathe aired for a full two minutes under the new title, The Make-Out Song. In 2005, Keith has played in clubs on both coasts, including two sold out nights of over 400 people at Slim's, the premier San Francisco's club founded by Boz Scaggs.
He also continued his successful collaboration with Joey Muller, who Keith describes as a talented musician "who not only understands my style of music, but also understands me as a person." As Keith promotes his latest work, Love is a Hero," he recalls that it has been five years since he wrote his first song about a girl that lived thousands of miles away. "From there I knew that all I wanted to do was make a timeless, heartfelt record that represented all that I embody as an artist. This record is my therapy, my girlfriend, my passion, and my soul." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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