Keith Mack, who grew up in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, moved to N.Y.C. in the early 1980's and was a member of the band "Patty Smyth and Scandal." "Scandal" produced a number of top 40 hits including "The Warrior" and "Good-bye To You," leading to Gold and Platinum albums.
The band toured through-out the U.S., Canada, and Japan. They also made a number of videos for MTV, and appeared on many television shows including "American Bandstand," Solid Gold and Dick Clark's New Year's Eve Show.
After "Scandal" Keith went on to tour and record with Joe Cocker, Paul Young, among many others. These tours included appearances on "The Tonight Show" with Johnny Carson and Jay Leno as well as other television appearances. One of the highlights of the tour with Joe Cocker was playing a concert in Berlin the day "The Wall" came down in November of 1989.
Scandal reunited in 2003 and have been touring ever since. Around that time Keith began his interest in fingerstyle guitar. He went on to release two solo acoustic fingerstyle guitar CDs. In 2013 Keith began touring with Cyndi Lauper. They have since played over 100 concerts around the world and have performed on numerous television shows.