Keegan DeWitt

Keegan DeWitt (born April 8, 1982) is an American film composer, singer-songwriter and actor raised in Lake Oswego, Oregon now residing in Brooklyn and Nashville. Keegan was born in Bend, Oregon. In 2005 DeWitt composed the score for New York Times Critic's Pick Dance Party USA and in 2007 he scored Quiet City, which was also a NY Times Critic's Pick and Independent Spirit Awards nominee. DeWitt completed the score for Cold Weather, which premiered at the 2010 South by Southwest film festival and was bought and released by IFC Films. While working as an actor and composer in New York, DeWitt also began working as a performing songwriter in New York's Lower East Side. During this time he was developing demos and recording regularly with Roman Candle, a band featuring his sister Timshel, as well as her husband Skip Matheny and his younger brother Logan Matheny (also of The Rosebuds) on drums. In 2010, Keegan released Nothing Shows under the Daytrotter label. Paste named him one of the 10 best solo artists of 2010 as well as Best of What's Next.

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