There are rules in country music. You fight hard, you fall down and pull yourself back up, and you follow the formula. You say, yes sir and no ma’am and you smile through your teeth when they close the door on your dreams, but you don’t quit. No way. Not ever.
From intimate acoustic venues to house concerts crowds , Keeghan never leaves an audience without a piece of her heart and an ache to hear more. She moves easy on stage, like it’s home , her voice slipping over the melody like honey.
It’s a voice you know. Keeghan avoids labeling her music but describes it as "country with a little blues and a whole lotta Rock." Growing up in a small town she met up with country music when she was 3 yrs old sitting in the audience at a country concert watching her favorite country artist Jamie Lee Thruston , Keeghan knew Nashville and the big stage were in her future .
Intoxicating, fun and charismatic, Keeghan's personality flies off the stage when she sings, with her show ranging from sexy, sultry ballads to rockin’ up-tempo tunes. Many major artists have enjoyed her edgy stage shows when she opened for them, including Craig Morgan, Chris Young, , Bucky Covington , John Michael Montgomery just to name a few.
Not one to be an observer, Keeghan immerses herself in life and weaves her encounters and adventures into catchy and relatable songs. Her songwriting has been recognized by the industry, awarding her placement in major songwriting competitions in Nashville TN , and her music is now being played on radio stations.
Keeghan says, “When I leave the stage I want to know that people had a good time, that they felt something and that they'll be back. The best response I can get from my audience is, ‘Where are you playing next?’”
In addition to her talents on stage and her writing ability she enjoys Modeling, Performing in Musicals, and has starred in several TV and radio commercials.