"I am a huge fan of Warren Wiebe.
I was very sad beyond words when I learned he was gone. I always found Warren to be great
to work with. I really enjoyed working with him and more than that, I was inspired by his
incredible talent. Warren was a great singer. The likes of which you may only experience
very few times in one's life. He would always agree if I thought the take was the right
one. If he said he wanted to do it again, I would let him. He was more than professional.
We finished a few months ago the recording of Silent
Mobius. This could be his best vocal to date on the things we have done
together. Some Japanese clients have come to me and they wish to do a tribute album for
him. Warren was a true one of a kind." Tom Keane
Tom Keane was born in San Diego in 1964. Together with his younger brother John, they
recorded a couple of records as the Keane Brothers, the first, produced by David Foster in 1976, and the second in 1979
produced by Lamont Dozier except two tracks produced by Foster and David Paich. The
relationship with Foster played a major role in his career as they wrote many songs
together and Tom guested on many of Foster's eighties productions. Together they wrote
songs for Chaka Khan, Peter Allen, Jermaine Jackson, Chicago and many others. In 1981 Tom
and his brother John formed another band called Keane and released two albums. Tom has
always been very active also as a session player, playing on records by Jack Wagner,
Richard Marx, Olivia Newton John, Barbra Streisand or Celine Dion, producing for people
like Jermaine Jackson, Safire, Chris Camozzi, and appearing as singer, arranger or
producer on many japanese projects.