Defining the term “independent artist,” Keller Williams’ music sounds like nothing else. Engaging in “live phrase sampling” or “looping,” Keller uses an arsenal of technical toys to create samples on stage in front of the audience, then layering them on top of one another. The end result is a hybrid of alternative folk and groovy electronic, a genre Keller calls “acoustic dance music” or “ADM.” File it under “electro-hippie acoustic downtempo,” he jokes. Obviously unbeholden to conventionalism, Keller improvises on his own quirky compositions as well as on a mind-blowing stylistic spread of covers from Pink Floyd, Ozzy Osbourne, Ani DiFranco and the Sugar Hill Gang, taking his musical ability as far as he can. Accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, and singing solo, Keller ventures down a variety of musical avenues, crossing boundaries of rock, jazz, funk and bluegrass. His own distinctive compositional and performing style incorporates the lessons he’s learned from artists ranging from the seminal inspiration of the Grateful Dead, to Béla Fleck & the Flecktones, to the “post-pseudo-skateboarder punk-rock rebellious type of thing.” Filtering their influences through his own experiences, and without limitations, something wholly unique has emerged for Keller. With no two shows ever alike, and nothing pre-recorded, his unpredictable performances are the stuff of legend.

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Doors: 7:30 p.m.
Show: 8;00 p.m.
Ages 18 and up

Early Bird Tickets $45
Regular Tickets $50