Keane Keeps Going With ‘Somewhere’

Posted in News on February 15, 2006
Songwriters Richard Hughes, Tom Chaplin and Tim Rice-Oxley of UK alternative/pop trio Keane recently took a break from recording their second album at Olympic Studios in London, to receive a belated 2004 BMI Pop Award for their song "Somewhere Only We Know."

BMI London's Nick Robinson (left) presents Keane members Richard Hughes, Tom Chaplin and Tim Rice-Oxley with a BMI Pop Award for "Somewhere Only We Know."

Presented by BMI London's Nick Robinson, the certificate also came with hearty congratulations for their Best New Artist nomination at the 48th Annual Grammy Awards, held February 8 in Los Angeles.

The piano-dominated group, whose debut album Hopes and Fears was certified Gold in the US, also picked up two 2005 Brit Awards and an IFPI Platinum Award for more than two million album sales in Europe. A BMI Los Angeles "Pick of the Month" artist in 2003, Keane also participated in Live 8 and opened for U2 last year on the European leg of their Vertigo tour.


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