Thomas O’Keefe

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Thomas O’Keefe was born on January 22, 1964. Check out Thomas O’Keefe’s Biography, Era, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and Job Changes. Learn how rich he is this year and how much money he spends? Also, discover how to gain the most net worth at 56 years of age?

Popular Ashis work with Antiseen
OccupationMusician
Age56 years old
Zodiac SignAquarius
Born22 January 1964
Birthday22 January
BirthplaceUnited States
NationalityUnited States

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  • Thomas O’Keefe was born on January 22, 1964.
  • Check out Thomas O’Keefe’s Biography, Era, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and Job Changes.
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  • Thomas O’Keefe’s Height, Weight, Body Proportions, Eye Colour, Hair Color, Shoe & Dress Style will be revised as soon as possible. The net value rose substantially in 2018-19.

Timeline of Thomas O’Keefe

2018

O’Keefe’s first book, “Waiting to Derail, Ryan Adams and Whiskeytown, Alt-Country’s Brilliant Wreck” was released by Skyhorse Publishing on June 26, 2018.

2013

O’Keefe played with Antiseen for their 20th, 25th and 30th anniversary shows in Charlotte. They recorded a live album called Live Possum in 2013 with the classic Antiseen lineup of Clayton, Young, O’Keefe, and Clayton.

O’Keefe and Jeff Clayton reunited Judas Bullethead for the first time in 25 years and performed at the Antiseen 30th anniversary show in October 2013. They played two shows in North Carolina in 2019 and are planning re-releasing the three EPs that are long out of print in 2020.

2012

After 13 years, O’Keefe quit working with Train in September 2012 and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he worked at Crush Management Nashville Office. He worked with Ashley Monroe and Striking Matches. In 2014, as the Crush Nashville office closed, O’Keefe went back to tour managing, working with Sia, Dashboard Confessional and Third Eye Blind.

2011

Train finished its 2.5-year-long tour for the Save Me, San Francisco CD in December 2011. On that tour, Train performed 350 concerts in 30 countries, ending with a show in Guangzhou, China on December 10, 2011.

2007

O’Keefe and Train bassist Johnny Colt opened NoDa Studios, a band rehearsal facility, in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 2007.

1999

O’Keefe started tour-managing Train as their debut CD Train was just hitting. Since 1999, Train has played hundred of concerts in the US, Canada, South America, Europe and Australia. He also toured with Rockstar Supernova in 2007 with Johnny Colt, Lucas Rossi, Gilby Clarke and Tommy Lee.

O’Keefe married his longtime girlfriend Stephanie Marriott on October 2, 1999, in Blowing Rock, North Carolina, and they live in Green Hills in Nashville, Tennessee. Their daughter, Sophia, was born in Raleigh in October 2007.

1996

O’Keefe first worked as a tour manager with Lustre in 1996. (Antiseen drummer Greg Clayton was the drummer of Lustre.) After Lustre was dropped by A&M Records, O’Keefe worked with D Generation, Whiskeytown, Stir, Mandy Moore and Tonic.

1995

After a very short stint as the band’s manager, he stopped playing in Antiseen in the fall of 1995.

1988

O’Keefe officially joined Antiseen in 1988 and recorded the Blood of Freaks EP. Antiseen recorded over 20 records during the early 1990s. The band toured Europe three times and played concerts all over the US, including a cancelled show in Los Angeles on the day of the LA Riots.

1987

“If they Itch, Scratch Em” was released in 1987 and reviewed in Spin in 1987. All instruments were played by Clayton and O’Keefe, even though neither was a drummer. The follow-up “Honest, It’s just a Cold Sore”, was released in 1988. “Honest” was recorded with a lot of studio musicians, including members of the band Black Acid Disco. After Judas Bullethead played a few shows, the band released “The King is Dead / Oh Baby” in 1989 and went on hiatus. A long talked about “Greatest Hits” CD is still a possibility.

1984

O’Keefe tried out for the lead guitar player of Antiseen in 1984, but it never came to be. “I was too broke to afford an amp”, O’Keefe stated in a mid-1990s Antiseen interview.

1983

O’Keefe and Jeff Clayton started Jeff Leopard in 1983 and released Jeff Leopard Live at the Yellow Rose in 1984. Jeff Leopard’s first show was in Boone, North Carolina, on October 1, 1983. Other North Carolina bands on that bill were N.R.G, Antiseen and Fetchin Bones.

1982

Thomas O’Keefe attended South Iredell High School, finishing in 1982.

1978

O’Keefe was born in New Haven, Connecticut, and lived in Connecticut until the age of 14. His family moved to Mooresville, NC (Metro Charlotte) in 1978.

1964

Thomas O’Keefe (born January 22, 1964) is a North Carolina Musician and Author, best known for his work with Antiseen, Whiskeytown and Train.