Someone Special: Rosalind Keene


Every once in a while, I hear a singer, who actually brings out some emotion in me. This was the case when I first heard Rosalind Keene in the summer of 1975, at a Holiday Inn in Port Alberni on Vancouver Island, BC. I wrote and then had this poem passed to her during the intermission and she came to my table to thank me for it. She asked if she could publish it one day. Of course, I said yes.


Someone Special                    (to Rosalind Keene)


I realize our worlds are far apart,

But something special happens when you sing:

My mind forgets all worries others bring,

When feelings, warm, start flowing from your heart.


Impressions, overwhelming from the start,

Said you’ve no interest in anything

But living well, while others only cling

To cold ideas, unlike music, art.


But now I must get down to words more clear,

Which might inspire a feeling, more secure

For both of us, to set us both at ease:

I find you vibrant, distant, yet sincere,

But, how to bridge the gap, I am unsure;

So I will stay aloof, like land from seas.




In 1979, Rosalind joined the trio Touché.


Rosalind as she appears on the internet these days

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I am an Astrologer who also writes about world events. My first eBook "At This Point in Time" is available through most on-line book stores. I have now serialized my second book "The Star of Bethlehem" here. And I am experimenting with birth and death charts. If you wish to contact me, or request a birth chart, send an email to (And, in case you are also interested, I have an extensive list of celebrity birth and death details if you wish to 'confirm' what you suspect may be a past-life experience of yours.) Bless.
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8 Responses to Someone Special: Rosalind Keene

  1. Graham says:

    I did a photo shoot 2 years ago with Rosalind and fellow soul singer Sibel Thrasher. It was a lot of fun and she is lovely.


  2. Gord Jones says:

    Hello Rosalind from Gord Jones


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  4. Sazacha Sk'tghaxeeahw/Nancy Nash says:

    I worked with Rosalind Keene sessions tv and Touché. The horrific cover of that Touche macabre was proof the music business was diabolical. These Satanists refused our photos and we were all beautiful young women… racism was huge in the 80s but unbeknownst to us so was Satanic ritual abuse and all its ties to the Cabal. Look at all the blood and evil on that cover. Touche broke up because of it.

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