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"Blues pianist and vocalist Tommy Keys may be a Long Island native, but his music feels more like gumbo with a shot of bourbon than fried clams and iced tea." Jon Kleinman - Elmore Magazine

The Man in the Moon  is probably Key’s best work yet, and it’s a winning combination of styles all fueled by his formidable keyboards and vocals.” James “Skyy Dobro” Walker - Blues Blast Magazine 

“The acoustic piano player Tommy Keys adds delightful boogie woogie-blues stylings throughout. Some of the best moments are when his piano is out front for a solo. 
Greg 'Bluesdog' Szalony - Blues Blast Magazine 

“Tommy Keys provides deep blues satisfaction...” Tom Hyslop - Blues Revue Magazine

“Tommy Keys is a triple threat of songwriter, engaging vocalist and ace barrelhouse boogie and Blues pianist...” Noggin - Blues Matters! Magazine

“It’s hard to listen to the work of the International Blues Challenge Solo Finalist and convince yourself he’s from Long Island and not New Orleans. Combine his thoughtful lyrics with his smooth but pleading voice, and you have with Side Street Blues the real piano boogie deal.” Rob Paullin - Blues Blast Magazine

“Now, Tommy Keys – THAT’S blues! ” Tom Bingham - WCVF-FM

“Tommy Keys is a great act, whose energy was addicting, and who also kept the party rolling along...” Debbie Tuma - Dans Papers

“Tommy Keys, plays many different blues sub-genres such as New Orleans, shuffles and rumbas…. back and forth from somber chord changes to the powerful chorus... ” Adam Forman - Goodtimes Magazine
"If large doses of robust barrelhouse blues get you moving, then clear the dance floor 'cause here you come. TOMMY'S puttin' out some of his best stuff.....vocally and instrumentally...”
Peter "Bluzman" Lauro - © July 2007

“Tommy Keys has done his part to preserve the traditions of barrelhouse boogie and stride piano. His first solo CD features five first-class originals. Though devoted to historical piano styles, Mr. Keys is no slouch as a singer either, lending his warm tenor to the original blues tunes…” Jon Sobel -