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"I'm an Audience Member, Playing This Music for Us": An Interview With Keller Williams

Veteran musician Keller Williams discusses his special relationship with the Keels, their third album together, Speed, and what he learned from following the Grateful Dead.

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Keller Williams: Vape

Keller Williams' new album, Vape offers another example of his willingness to stretch his parameters.

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O.penVAPE Tour Delivers High Times with Keller Williams and the Motet

The Motet have been rocking Denver for over a decade and have seen a rise in national touring and prominence over the past few years, synchronistically mirroring the rise of legal cannabis or so it seems.

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Keller Williams: Bass

The jam band freak returns with a different sound; No Guitar!

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moe. + Keller Williams: 4 February 2012 - Los Angeles

The second set is only six songs, but this means the band is jamming out and that's what everyone is here for.

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Keller Williams: 3 February 2012 - Solana Beach, CA

Like the best jam bands, Keller's influences extend far and wide. This enables the master craftsman to pull a variety of tricks out of his musical hat.

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Keller Williams: 22 January 2011 - Austin, TX

Fans are definitely on a first name basis with the modern-day improvisational troubadour. His laid-back vibe and amicable demeanor make him seem more like just another music fan than any kind of rock star.

Greg M. Schwartz
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Keller Williams: 6 February 2010 - Austin, TX

If Keller Williams had lived in medieval times, there's no doubt he would have been one of the most in-demand troubadours of the age.

Greg M. Schwartz
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Rothbury Music Festival: 2-5 July 2009 - Rothbury, MI

Set amidst the trees and expansive meadows of western Michigan, over the 4th of July weekend, Rothbury was able to capture the scenic appeal of West-Coast festivals, with the all star lineup that commercialized Midwest festivals, like the “now legendary” Bonnaroo, regularly bring to the table.

Dan Hyman
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Keller Williams: 12

Twelve rounds, but no knockout punch.

Tony Sclafani
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Langerado Music Festival Day Two Featuring Wilco, Robert Randolph, Keller Williams, and The Secret M

G. Love, B. Love, and prayers from a nondenominational pulpit.

Eddie Ciminelli

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