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Keller Williams puts on a show as a one-man jam band that must be seen to be believed! While playing guitar and singing, Keller Williams often loops in funk and electronic sounds into his songs to create a unique experience for every individual performance! Exciting live performances and songs like “A Day That Never Was,” “Dear Emily,” and “Freeker By the Speaker” helped make Keller Williams a fan favorite. Don't miss your chance to see Keller Williams perform LIVE! Buy your Keller Williams tickets now!
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Keller Williams Concert Tickets

Keller Williams, an American musician from Fredericksburg, Virginia, has been performing since the early 1990s. He is a one-man band who plays on a custom-made 10-string guitar, and also has a warm and friendly tenor singing voice that makes him immediately accessible to a wide range of audiences. Williams got his first guitar at the age of 3, but didn't learn to play it until his early teens. He began playing solo gigs when he was just 17 years old. Get your Keller Williams tickets today to see hear his unique, quirky and upbeat songs.

Michael Hedges, an American composer, acoustic guitarist and singer/songwriter, was a major influence on Williams and his approach to the guitar. In 1994, he self-released a debut album, Freek, and then relocated to Colorado the next year. That was where he met the members of the progressive bluegrass band String Cheese Incident at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. He ended up touring with the group as their opening act in 1997 and 1998. And Williams eventually signed to their label, SCI Fidelity, releasing his third album, Spun, in 1998, which was the follow up to his second effort, Buzz.

Williams was extremely active with his new label, nearly releasing a new album every single year. They all had one-word titles, including Breathe, from 1999, 2001's Loop, and Laugh, which came out in 2002. Dance and Home each hit the airwaves in 2003, and Stage was released in 2004.

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