Filed Under (Acoustic Originals) by Jason on February-21-2009

Somewhere out in Fredericksburg, VA, Keller Williams is intently pouring, spicing, stirring, and tasting a mixture of whatever sonic ingredients he happens to have on hand. Equal parts alchemist and musician, the self-taught acoustic guitarist has shared the stage with such notables as The String Cheese Incident, Yonder Mountain String Band, and Umphrey’s McGee. But he’s at his best as a one-man-band, looping his funky Martin grooves through a delay system so they repeat indefinitely and adorning them with bass lines, two or three vocal harmonies, various drums and shakers, beat boxes, whistles, and other vocal sound effects,¬†and even a little jig. It’s a sight to see. But don’t go running, acoustic purists. This freaker doesn’t need a speaker – he can flat out play.

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