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NANCY KEENAN
KEENAN WYNN
RECORD
STAGE
ROLE
SHOTS
MICHIGAN
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
LUMINOSITY
COMMITMENTS
PLAY
COWARD
SONG
MAYNARD JAMES KEENAN
APRIL 17
JASON NEWSTED
BRENDAN SHANAHAN
FRIENDS
OHIO
JOSH FREESE
HOWERDEL
VOCALIST
VOCALS
WORK
WORKING
FORM
PASSIVE
RANGERS
GRETZKY
SINGER
TIME
JONES
ALBUM
INTERVIEW
LINDEN
FISHBONE
TOOL
BAND
NINE INCH NAILS
SIDE PROJECT
PERFECT CIRCLE
KEENAN
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Definitions

  1. Keenan was born to a Baptist family in Ravenna, Ohio, on April 17, 1964. (Web site)
  2. Keenan was impressed and the two talked of collaborating in the future. (Web site)
  3. Keenan is good friends with lead singer James Hetfield. (Web site)
  4. Keenan is featured in several segments of Mr. Show,[58] most notably in the Ronnie Dobbs sketch presented in the first season. (Web site)
  5. Keenan is one of the first Japanese characters in the Digimon Anime's US Dub release to have a full Americanized dub name.

Nancy Keenan

  1. Wade." Nancy Keenan has provided weak leadership to NARAL. Keenan has demonstrated cowardice when courage was needed. (Web site)

Keenan Wynn

  1. Their agent (Keenan Wynn) books them in London for performances during the time of the royal wedding.

Record

  1. The off-season hiring of controversial head coach Mike Keenan was criticized by many who pointed out Keenan's 0–3 record in the finals.

Stage

  1. Frank Keenan (8 April 1858 - 24 February 1929) was one of the dominant figures on stage, and a screen actor and director during the silent film era.

Role

  1. When asked in an interview which role was more difficult, Keenan responded, "Oh, Manson. (Web site)

Shots

  1. Keenan, who played in place of Brian Dougherty, has stopped 61.4 per cent of the shots he has faced in nearly 90 minutes.

Michigan

  1. Two years later, she persuaded Keenan to live with his father in Michigan. (Web site)

Executive Producer

  1. The comic wrote material and served as executive producer for The Nick Cannon Show, and also wrote for such programs as Keenan & Kel and Cousin Skeeter. (Web site)

Luminosity

  1. A classification of stellar spectra according to luminosity, devised by Morgan, Keenan and Kellman (see Luminosity Class). (Web site)

Commitments

  1. Director David Fincher (Se7en, Fight Club) offered Keenan a lead role in his film Panic Room, but he had to decline due to his commitments to Tool. (Web site)

Play

  1. Norman Keenan was later to play with the latter-day Basie band. (Web site)

Coward

  1. Keenan made his screen debut under the direction of Reginald Barker in The Coward.

Song

  1. In 2003, Keenan surfaced under the name "Puscifer" for the song "REV 22:20" on the Underworld film soundtrack. (Web site)

Maynard James Keenan

  1. Numerous singers filled the role of lead singer including Maynard James Keenan of Tool.
  2. All songs written and composed by Maynard James Keenan and Billy Howerdel except where noted. (Web site)

April 17

  1. Maynard James Keenan (born James Herbert Keenan on April 17, 1964) is an American rock singer, songwriter, musician, and producer. (Web site)

Jason Newsted

  1. Keenan auditioned for Metallica's vacant bass player position following Jason Newsted 's departure from the band.
  2. In 2003, Reeder was among eight bassists, including Robert Trujillo and Pepper Keenan, to audition for Metallica after Jason Newsted left the band.

Brendan Shanahan

  1. Furthermore, Keenan said that the play of Brendan Shanahan " is a concern.

Friends

  1. Keenan became friends with comedian Bill Hicks in the early 1990s. (Web site)

Ohio

  1. Although originally from Ohio, Keenan spent his high school and college years in Michigan.

Josh Freese

  1. Billy Howerdel has mentioned in November 2004 that the band will definitely contain Keenan and himself, and most likely Josh Freese. (Web site)

Howerdel

  1. Both Howerdel and Keenan discussed the future of the band in various mediums from 2006 through 2008. (Web site)

Vocalist

  1. Keenan, despite being the vocalist, often faces the backdrop or the sides of the stage rather than the audience. (Web site)

Vocals

  1. He and Tool front man, Maynard James Keenan, performed the vocals in the song "Bottom".
  2. After much searching, Karl Agell was recruited on vocals, Phil Swisher on bass and Pepper Keenan as a second guitarist. (Web site)

Work

  1. Keenan left to work on Tool's then-upcoming album 10,000 Days, and Howerdel began work on a side-project with Josh Freese that flourished into Ashes Divide. (Web site)
  2. Following another prolonged break, during which Keenan rejoined A Perfect Circle to record and tour, he joined his bandmates to work on a new record.
  3. Pepper Keenan is a man who truly enjoys being a musician, but has a burning desire to constantly keep himself busy and work at honing his craft.

Working

  1. Howerdel functioned as a guitar technician for Tool during the tour and recording of Ænima, working with Maynard James Keenan, whom he met in 1992. (Web site)

Form

  1. He played demos of his music to Tool's singer, Maynard James Keenan, who offered himself as vocalist should Howerdel ever form a band.

Passive

  1. Owing to Iha and White's commitments elsewhere, the "Passive" video featured the lineup of Keenan, Howerdel, Freese, Lohner and Lenchantin. (Web site)

Rangers

  1. The 1993–94 season was a magical one for Rangers fans, as Keenan led the Rangers to their first Stanley Cup championship in 54 years. (Web site)

Gretzky

  1. Keenan later apologized and the Blues won the next three out of four games with Detroit, but Gretzky had already decided not to sign with St. Louis. (Web site)

Singer

  1. In 1999, Howerdel founded A Perfect Circle, and invited Keenan to join in as the singer. (Web site)
  2. It's a caution worth heeding, since the most identifiable name in the band is that of vocalist Maynard James Keenan, lead singer of Tool.
  3. TOOL lead singer, Maynard James Keenan frequently takes shots at Rupert Murdoch while performing live on stage.

Time

  1. Keenan did stand-up comedy on improv nights in comedy clubs in Los Angeles during that time. (Web site)
  2. Several vocalists jammed with the band at this time, including B-Real of Cypress Hill and Maynard James Keenan of Tool.
  3. At this time Tool was tied up in negotiations with their record label, allowing Keenan much time to complete the work. (Web site)

Jones

  1. After moving to Los Angeles, Keenan met Adam Jones, who had heard him singing on a demo in college, and Jones suggested that they form a band. (Web site)
  2. Hal Leonard, 1965–1969. ISBN 0634032879. “…Tool's story begins in Los Angeles of 1989, when Jones met Keenan through a mutual friend.
  3. Adam Jones moved to Los Angeles as well; Morello introduced Jones and Maynard James Keenan to Danny Carey, who would come to form the band Tool.

Album

  1. However, Keenan also said that the band has no plans to resume full-scale touring, or even to write and record a new album. (Web site)
  2. After Keenan joined, the song became heavier, and the song is also one of the heaviest songs on the album. (Web site)

Interview

  1. In a 2008 interview, Keenan announced that he and Howerdel have been working on new material, officially ending the group's hiatus. (Web site)
  2. Keenan had this to say during an interview with NY Rock in 2000, "I think there are a lot of other industries out there that might deserve being destroyed. (Web site)
  3. In 2006, Keenan explained in an interview conducted by French magazine "Rock Hard", that A Perfect Circle is not only on hiatus, but finished. (Web site)

Linden

  1. Whether this is true or not, Keenan became General Manager and soon after traded away Linden, the Canucks greatest player of all time. (Web site)
  2. After a 5-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues, Keenan openly blamed Linden for the loss, a moment Linden refers to as his "darkest time".

Fishbone

  1. Howerdel met singer Maynard James Keenan in 1992 when Fishbone was opening for Tool, and the two became friends. (Web site)

Tool

  1. Keenan had met Howerdel in 1992 when Tool opened for Fishbone. (Web site)
  2. Although there were rumors that Tool were breaking up, Chancellor, Jones, and Carey were working on new material while waiting for Keenan to return. (Web site)
  3. On hiatus since early 2008, Tool is expected to begin writing a new album sometime this year, according to Keenan, but no details on a possible release date. (Web site)

Band

  1. During this time, Howerdel played Keenan some of his songs, and Keenan offered his vocals if Howerdel ever decided to form a band. (Web site)
  2. Emotive was recorded with current and former members of the band, but is mostly the work of Keenan and Howerdel. (Web site)
  3. Howerdel had mentioned in November 2004 that the next incarnation of the band would definitely contain Keenan and himself, and most likely Josh Freese. (Web site)

Nine Inch Nails

  1. The single " Passive " was adapted from the defunct band Tapeworm, a project composed mainly of Keenan, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, and Danny Lohner. (Web site)

Side Project

  1. During this time, Keenan founded a side project, called A Perfect Circle, with long time Tool guitar tech Billy Howerdel.
  2. The album was influenced strongly by Massy's Tool, as well as Maynard James Keenan 's side project, A Perfect Circle.
  3. Puscifer (ˈpʊsɨfɚ is a Side project of Maynard James Keenan from the bands Tool and A Perfect Circle. (Web site)

Perfect Circle

  1. In the interview, Keenan also said that he's working on a fourth album for A Perfect Circle, his side project with Billy Howerdel. (Web site)
  2. It was at this point that Keenan joined up with Howerdel and Paz Lenchantin to form A Perfect Circle. (Web site)
  3. During this time, Keenan founded a new band, A Perfect Circle, with long-time Tool guitar tech Billy Howerdel.

Keenan

  1. As for now, Keenan is touring with Tool and working on his side project, Puscifer, who are releasing a new album on October 30, 2007.
  2. As of May 2005, Keenan is recording with Tool, Howerdel is planning a solo album, and White is touring and performing with Nine Inch Nails.
  3. As of September 2006, Keenan is touring with Tool, Howerdel is planning a solo album, and White is touring with Nine Inch Nails.

Categories

  1. Perfect Circle
  2. Music > Musical Genres > Industrial Music > Nine Inch Nails
  3. Side Project
  4. Technology > Equipment > Tools > Tool
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