Keller Williams – 2014 Concert Schedule
Prolific musician Keller Williams' performances combine everything
from folk, alternative, rock, and bluegrass, and he manages to do so with just his incredible talent, a guitar, and a looping
machine. Onstage, this virtuoso continues to stun audiences with his improvisation and surreal sound. From solo albums to
collaborations, this iconic performer is constantly pushing his creativity to the next level, and now fans all over will get
a chance to see him live in action. Keller Williams' 2014 concert tour will take him to venues far and wide, including locations
from the likes of the Ville Festival, the Big Moon Rising Festival, the Lockn' Festival, Utopia Fest, Toronto's Phoenix Concert
Theatre, the Tralf in Buffalo, Stroudsburg's Sherman Theater, and Berryville's Watermelon Park Fest. If you're planning on
checking out a Keller Williams concert this year, you can beat the crowds by heading to StubHub for your tickets. For longtime
and new fans alike, Keller Williams' 2014 concert tour is sure to be a blast!
About Keller Williams
one-man-wonder Keller Williams has been shaking up the folk music scene since the early 90s. Armed with just his incredible
skills, a looping machine, and his ten-string guitar, Keller Williams' live shows are truly a musical spectacle. Using his
minimalist set, this one-man-jam-band is able to create extraordinary shows composed of elements from folk, jazz, bluegrass,
funk, and everything in between. Before he was amazing audiences with his live performances, Keller Williams began to hone
his musical talents when he was a teenager. By 17, he was playing gigs around his local area, and it was around this time
when he first became acquainted with the music of guitarist Michael Hedges, who would have an enormous influence on Williams.
becoming a regular performer in his local area, Keller Williams went on to release his debut album, "Freek," in 1994, which
featured a raw and eccentric sound that resonated with fans. Following the release of "Freek," Keller Williams moved to Colorado
and happened to meet the String Cheese Incident, a popular jam band. He embarked on a concert tour with the String Cheese
Incident, and was later signed to their record label. Backed by the SCI Fidelity label, Keller Williams released his album,
"Spun," in 1998. Since securing a deal with the String Cheese Incident's record label, Keller Williams has consistently released
a steady stream of albums, including "Breathe," "Loop," "Laugh," "Dance," "Home," "Stage," "Grass," "Dream," "Odd," and many
In addition to his studio albums, Keller Williams also frequently engages in collaborations with other artists,
including the Keller Williams Incident, which was a collaboration with the String Cheese Incident. Keller Williams has also
performed with a band, playing under the moniker Keller Williams with Moseley Droll and Sipe, initially known as the WMDs.
He has also worked on a side project known as Keller & The Keels, which is a bluegrass collaboration that brings in the
talents of musicians Larry and Jenny Keel. Whether he's dazzling fans with his solo performances or taking his talents to
exciting side projects, Keller Williams remains a continuously innovative and impressive musician.
Fans were first introduced to Keller Williams' whimsical style when he released his debut album,
"Freek," in 1994. Following his debut, Keller Williams released his sophomore record, "Buzz," in 1996, which featured a number
of genres of music, including reggae, bluegrass, and world beat. After touring with the String Cheese Incident, Keller Williams
was eventually signed to their record label, SCI Fidelity, which marked another turn in Keller Williams' prolific career.
Since this time, Keller Williams has released an album almost every year, with the most recent being "Funk" in 2013. Each
of Keller Williams' records contains a dazzling array of genres, offering something for everyone with his unique music.
Keller Williams Trivia
What do all of Keller Williams' album titles have in common?
Fans may have noticed
that each of Keller Williams' album titles consist of only single-word names, like "Freek," "Buzz," Spun," and "Funk."
If you're a fan of live music, you're in luck, because the one-and-only Keller Williams is currently
underway on a concert tour, and he is heading to a venue in your area. No matter what genre he is delving into, Keller Williams
absolutely shreds onstage. Known for creating backup loops as he performs and improvising songs, his shows are like nothing
you've ever experienced. This truly unique performer has stunned audiences with his raw talent and quirky music since his
first appearance on the scene, and his 2014 concert tour is expected to be just as incredible. Whether you're a fan of bluegrass,
alternative rock, jazz, or jam bands, a trip to see Keller Williams perform is sure to impress any concert goer. During his
shows, fans can groove along to his impressive repertoire that spans over countless albums. When the one-man-jam-band Keller
Williams heads to a venue in your area, you don't want to miss out on this truly unique concert experience.