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Maniac Mike Keenan is on a mission to win hearts, minds, and a lot of laughs. "I've learned that if you want people to embrace your point of view, you need to make them laugh." His material is drawn from everyday situations and obscured news, which are...
Maniac Mike Keenan is on a mission to win hearts, minds, and a lot of laughs. "I've learned that if you want people to embrace your point of view, you need to make them laugh." His material is drawn from everyday situations and obscured news, which are then blended with unique storytelling and original music.
The Maniac's notoriety began building on college radio stations, with songs like "Fightin' Whities" and "Undisclosed Location" from the "Corned Beef Jerky Boyz" album. In early 2008, he released his "Geriatric Hip Hop" CD. But in October, 2008, The Maniac had his coming out on "The Jerry Springer Show," supporting Springer's Emmy campaign by performing "Till Jerry Wins An Emmy."
The Maniac's latest CD is in the works, with some material availlable for preview in March, 2010. The humor is still there, along with a more developed and unique style that's sure to get your face smilin,' your toes tappin,' and your hands clappin!'
The Maniac is rarely politically correct, often colorful, sometimes off color, and sure to make you laugh. He is an advocate for veterans' issues, and has performed at the NE Shelter For Homeless Veterans, Boston, MA, Liberty House, Manchester, NH, and the 2009 Operation Rolling Thunder for Liberty House. He has shared the stage with the likes of Steve Sweeney, Tony V., Larry Lee Lewis, and Dave Rattigan. You can also find him out and about as the keyboardist with Pat Cavanaugh & The Barnstormers, a 6 piece R & B Show Band raising some hell around the North Shore of Massachusettes.