Current Issue Details. Keller Williams is among the more ambitious solo artists in the jam community, often incorporating layers of looping guitar into his performances for the kind of on-the-spot, in-the-moment improvisation craved by fans of the genre. Yet, Williams is equally skilled as a vocalist and complementary member of several ensembles- Keller and the Keels, Grateful Grass, PettyGrass, and Grateful Gospel, among others- that allow him to indulge in covering some of his favorite music. As we spoke, Williams was also completing the mastering on a forthcoming solo album, and projecting plans for a new Keller and the Keels record later this year. How do you go about deciding on your schedule, between playing headline dates and festivals? I have a wonderful team in place. Everyone does their part, and I know my place: to show up on time at the airport, possibly with more time than I need, start the show on-time, and play the contracted amount. Everything comes to me as it happens.
Keller Williams Preaches the Grateful Gospel
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