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There are three groups with this name:

1. The Keys was a British quartet. It was made up of Drew Barfield (vocals/bass), Ben Grove (vocals/guitar), Steve Tatler (vocals/guitar), and Geoff Britton. They had some success in the early to mid-, and their 1981 album was produced by popular singer-songwriter Joe Jackson. From 1980 to 1982, they released six singles. The group is perhaps best known today for the song “I Don’t Wanna Cry” as well as from the fact that Britton had previously worked as Paul McCartney’s drummer.

2. Born and raised in several France locations, Boris Paillard a.k.a The Keys has found a new home on stage, winning audiences across Canada and the United States with raw talent and ample doses of charm. With wide-eyed ambition and a strong singer-songwriter work ethic, in three short years, Paillard has released six full length records and found the time to tour coast to coast thrice with the Greyhound Discovery Pass, playing well over 150 dates everywhere from New Haven to San Diego.

At just 24 years old, Paillard’s road tested big collection of folk’n’roll /edgy pop tunes is now backed up in Montreal by a powerful band consisting of a flamboyant three-piece horn section and a solid and groovy rythm section.

3. Who are The Keys?
Matthew Evans - Vocals / Guitar
Gwion Rowlands - Guitar / Vocals
Elliott Jones - Drums
James Bell - Bass

How did The Keys start?
We released a record on BOOBYTRAP records.


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