Keller Williams is a hard worker and has an extensive discography to show for it. Over the years, he has worked and recorded albums with a variety of artists and bands, but most of his work is solo. He’s often referred to as a one man band and tonight he will be bringing his unique performance style to The Tralf for a sold out show. Williams is able to achieve the sound of an entire band by himself by playing his acoustic guitar through a Gibson Echoplex delay system and creating loops to accompany his singing and live playing. He has made a name for himself from these types of live performances for which no two are the same. This is a result of his tendency to do a lot of improvising and jamming on stage, a style which was influenced by The Grateful Dead. His most recent album, Keys, is actually a benefit album that consists of Grateful Dead cover songs performed on the piano. There is no way to know what to expect tonight but you can count on it being a fun performance and a great experience.
Doors open at 7pm. Show starts at 8pm.