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Find Somebody New - Kieran Kane - Dead Rekoning (CD, Album)


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  1. Kieran Kane (born October 7, ) is an American country music artist, as well as the owner of Dead Reckoning Records, an independent record label. Between and , he and Jamie O'Hara comprised The O'Kanes, a duo which charted seven singles on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles charts, including the Number One single "Can't Stop My Heart from Loving You".
  2. I tuned into Kieran Kane after Emmylou covered a couple of his tunes which took me to the wonderful O'Kanes and then Kieran's fabulous solo career starting with that classic CD on Atlantic that had "That's What You Do (When You Love Somebody)" to his "Dead Rekoning" CD with the classic "Dirty Little Town" to his French lyric songs such as "J'aime Faire L'Amour" from "Six Days No Sun" to /5(11).
  3. Find Somebody New Written-By – Kieran Kane: So Many Miles Backing Vocals – Somebody's Darling Written-By – Kieran Kane: Love's Gonna Live Here Kieran Kane: Dead Rekoning ‎ (CD, Album) Dead Reckoning Records: DR UK: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review [r] Release.
  4. Kieran Kane's Dead Reckoning is rooted in the acoustic simplicity and dark, knotty storytelling of pre country music. Kane wrote nine of the songs all by himself (no well-connected Music Row cowriters), and they seem cut from the same cloth as the two /5(11).
  5. Dead Rekoning Buy album $ Kieran Kane. $ 1. I like. Tweet; Please vote. Add to bookmarks Find Somebody New; ; ; $ Buy. 10; So Many Miles With Somebody's Darling Shadows on the Ground Kieran Kane; Somewhere Beyond The Roses Kieran Kane; Lost John Dean (With Kevin Welch & Fats Kaplin) Kieran Kane; The Blue Chair.
  6. Sep 25,  · Choreograaf: A.J. White Count: 32 / Wall: 4 Level: High beginner Muziek: So Many Miles Artiest: Kieran Kane & Somebody's Darling.
  7. Apr 07,  · Mike was also on Dead Reckoning, the same label as Kevin and Kieran. So, I got the A Night of Reckoning CD, which features each of the “Dead Reckoners”–the owners/partners in the label. I liked the whole thing, but the song that blew me away was Tammy Rogers’ “Pearl Earrings”–it was like a perfect modernization of an old English.

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