Jam master Keller Williams is the kind of performer who's so rare and so multitalented audiences will be raving about him for years to come. In concert Williams bounces around the stage while conjuring up infectious grooves one sound at a time through virtuosic looping -- a technique that allows him to recreate the sound of a full band onstage by crafting intricate arrangements with a variety of instruments. It's a skill that he's perfected over the course of his nearly 25-year career, and it's as mesmerizing as ever during his unmissable performances. Whether he's playing alone or with one of his several backing bands, ticket buyers are treated to high-energy, feel-good shows that showcase Williams' quirky songwriting, joyous stage persona, and masterful musicianship.
Since first appearing on the scene in the early '90s, Virginia native Keller Williams has earned a glowing reputation as a one-man jam band. Williams is a self-taught musician who grew up heavily influenced by artists like The Grateful Dead and guitar virtuoso Michael Hedges, and by genres ranging from bluegrass and reggae to electronica. Throughout his career Williams has fused all of those inspirations together to create genre-bending music that is astoundingly innovative. He's toured with several popular jam bands -- including Umphrey's McGee, Yonder Mountain String Band, and The String Cheese Incident -- and wowed crowds at festivals like Bonnarroo, AllGood, and Rothbury. Beginning with his 1995 debut album Freek, Williams has made more than 20 records, both as a solo artist and as a collaborator with acts such as The Travelin' McCourys, More Than A Little, The String Cheese Incident, and The Keels. With an ever-growing fanbase and tons of talent to spare, Keller Williams is a thrilling live act concertgoers won't want to miss.