John Keane


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Doo-Wop for Mountain Dulcimer and Native American Flute

musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:05:42
Have FUN learning a non-traditional (to the instruments) musical style with very traditional instruments! The video features John & Karen Keane.
John Keane
05/20/17 03:08:21PM @john-keane:

Thanks Dusty!  Doo-wop just kinda has that effect lol.

Dusty Turtle
05/20/17 12:38:42PM @dusty-turtle:

A natural teacher you are, Mr. Keane.

I was singing "Crocodile Rock" while you guys played.  Then I switched to "Blue Moon."  Then to "Heart and Soul."  And then . . . 

John Keane
05/20/17 05:43:01AM @john-keane:

Aww...thanks Jennifer!

Jennifer Ranger
02/22/17 07:08:03PM @jennifer-ranger:

John and Karen, you guys are the greatest!!

Noah Aikens
12/20/16 09:20:28AM @noah-aikens:

A b minor harp would work but remember that some companies mark their harps in cross harp. I think it's Lee Oskar that does that. Though a d harp definitely has the notes which would be -6 7 -8 8 9 -10 I believe. And on a g harp, 5 6 -6 -7 -8 . Just play up and down the scale.

John Keane
12/20/16 06:00:51AM @john-keane:

Thank y'all so very much!  Terry, I'm not a harmonica expert by any means, but if you stick to the Bm pentatonic scale notes anything will work.

Steven Berger
12/20/16 02:52:37AM @steven-berger:

Sounds great!



Guy Babusek
12/19/16 08:33:58PM @guy-babusek:

I love everything you do.

Terry Wilson
12/19/16 05:39:07PM @terry-wilson:

Is that a yes, John?

Terry Wilson
12/19/16 02:31:00PM @terry-wilson:

Terry Wilson:

Hey folks,  that was great.  Love it.

If you were playing it with a harmonica, instead of a flute would you use a Bm harp?


Terry Wilson
12/19/16 02:29:09PM @terry-wilson:

Hey folks,  that was great.  Love it.

If you were playing it with a harmonica, instead of a flolute, would you still use an Bm harp?

12/19/16 10:43:10AM @irene:

I just loved this happy way of duet-ing.  thanks.  aloha, irene

John Keane
12/18/16 07:43:55PM @john-keane:

Thank you so much!

Caleb Dan Bennett
12/18/16 07:37:49PM @caleb-dan-bennett:

That was awesome John and Karen.  Very cool

John Keane
12/18/16 05:40:34PM @john-keane:

Thanks Patty!  You never may well surprise yourself!

Patty from Virginia
12/18/16 04:36:22PM @patty-from-virginia:

That's great! Thanks for the lesson. I'll give it a try but I know I'm not going to do as good as you all. 

John Keane
12/18/16 03:34:43PM @john-keane:

Thank you!  The neat thing is that dulcimer players can use the chords and pretty much play any doo-wop song that they want to do with or without the flute.

12/18/16 10:38:03AM @dianapalmer:

Cool! Thanks.