Dan McKeown

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Dan McKeown
Born 1954
Genres Rock / R&B
Occupation(s) Producer
Years active 35 years
Labels produced for BMG, Sutra, Chit, Lazar, Planet Entertainment, Power-Up Records, Worden
Website DanMcKeown.com

Dan McKeown a Philadelphia producer who has gained international fame with his music and television productions. His credits include artists such as Billy Paul, The Intruders, Dee Dee Sharp, The Trammps, Frankie Smith (Double Dutch Bus) and award winning AOR Rock band Hit The Ground Runnin', etc.

Hit The Ground Runnin's first album Sudden Impact, produced by McKeown and Paul Piccari, founder of HGR, holds the title as the most sought after rock album in the world,[1] selling on eBay for an average price of $1,088.00.[2] In 2001, an original copy with autographs sold for $1,950.00. McKeown also worked with long-time friend Michael Nise in Camden, New Jersey, where he was in charge of the entertainment division for the television shows "Dancin' On Air" and "Dance Party USA". He also composed and recorded the theme songs for both shows at Powerhouse Studios, owned by Nise. His musical compositions can still be heard on national commercials from J.C. Penney to Owens Corning.

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