Keller Williams is an American singer, songwriter and musician who combines elements of bluegrass, folk, alternative rock, reggae, electronica/dance, jazz, funk, along with other assorted genres. He is often described as a 'one-man jam-band' due to his frequent use of live phrase looping with multiple instruments. Keller Williams was born in Fredricksburg, Virginia on February 4, 1970 and began playing the guitar in his early teens. He later matriculated to Virginia Wesleyan College in Virginia Beach where he received his degree in theater. After college, he moved to Colorado to advance his music career and expand his repertoire.
|Also known as:||K-Dub, Keller|
|Born:||Feb 4, 1970, Fredericksburg, Virginia, United States|
|Genres:||One-man band, rock, jam, progressive bluegrass, dance, funk, folk, alternative rock, jazz, reggae|
|Instruments:||Vocalist, guitar, bass guitar, percussion, theremin, synthesizer, piano|
|Labels:||SCI Fidelity, Basil Leaf Music|
|Associated acts:||The String Cheese Incident with Keller Williams, Umphrey's McGee, Yonder Mountain String Band, Keller and The Keels, The WMDs, The Rhythm Devils|
|Website:||Keller Williams's Official site|
|Twitter:||Keller Williams's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Keller Williams's Facebook profile|
|Youtube:||Keller Williams's Youtube channel|
About Keller Williams
A one-man jam band who performs works integrating bluegrass, folk, electronica, and dance.
He performed with The String Cheese Incident, offering to lend his talent in exchange for ski passes and released with them a joint album, Breathe, in 1999.
To keep his fanbase engaged, he released songs from his new album one at a time, a new song every week and continued this release even after all the songs were released, with covers of works by other artists of remakes of his own.
He was born in Fredericksburg, Virginia.
Williams and Les Paul both grew up near Fredericksburg.
Information related to Keller Williams
- Virginia Wesleyan College alumni
- Jam bands