Probably more than anybody else on the scene today, Keller is the man known for his seemingly infinite trove of artistic creativity, with a slew of different bands that he has started and developed, recorded albums with and fronted and toured with, at both intimate clubs and many of the biggest jam festivals around. From soul with More Than a Little, to groove rock with the WMDs and The Kwahtro, to all his bluegrass cover projects with The McCourys, The Keels, and most recently, PettyGrass—a string band tribute to the late, legendary Tom Petty, with help from progressive bluegrass quintet The Hillbenders.
Find Keller’s various versions of “You Don’t Know How It Feels” on the internet to clue yourself in as to how exciting that new project should prove to be!
This coming tour, for the most part, will feature Keller doing his solo act, something that he has proven time and again can be just as enigmatic and exciting to see live as any of his group projects, if not more. When he’s doing his thing on stage, there’s no telling what musical tricks might happen, and it could be anything from the outright whimsical to the unexpectedly moving—spontaneous, profound lyrics thought up on the spot, new dance moves, and intricate ways to use the many different instruments he employs toward crafting his undeniably unique sound: acoustic dance music.