With a set of virtuosic skills on acoustic guitar, Keller Williams has come to be known as a "one-man-jam-band." Using multiple instruments, live phrase looping and his own vocal chords, he creates fully realized songs that sound as if a complete band is performing them. His blend of bluegrass, jazz, folk, reggae and funk has led to several solo recordings including his 1994 debut Freek, as well as collaborations with jam band heavyweights such as the String Cheese Incident and Umphrey's McGee. Over the next two decades Williams has released over a dozen solo albums as well as a couple records with his band, Keller & The Keels.
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