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Keller Williams with Moseley, Droll & Sipe  
Posted: 16 years ago by KindWeb Ed
Keller Williams with Moseley, Droll & Sipe
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Keller Williams has built a career on his uncanny ability to captivate a packed house-all by himself. So why now, after fifteen-years as a solo artist, is he releasing a live album-simply titled, Live - with three other names on the cover? It turns out that since he first picked up a guitar, this troubadour has wanted to front a band.

On Live (September 16, 2008 / SCI Fidelity Records), Keller taps into the world-class talent of Keith Moseley (bass - The String Cheese Incident), Gibb Droll (guitar - Marc Broussard, Brandi Carlile), and Jeff Sipe (drums - Aquarium Rescue Unit, Leftover Salmon). The musical horsepower of four friends playing together on stage proves stronger than even Keller had dreamed.

Recorded at select live shows during a winter 2007-2008 tour, and featuring seventeen tracks that span Keller's career, Live is a testament to how a band, with the right chemistry and chops, can take a song to places even the writer couldn't have imagined.
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