Keith started playing guitar at 16, with influence from his parents and uncle. From early on he had a passion for blues music, fueled by yearly trips with his dad to the Beale Street Music Festival in Memphis, TN. After playing football at Northeastern State University, Keith returned to North Texas and began building his fan base in the area. Starting out at the Garage on Fry Street in Denton, Keith honed his stage presence and chops as a performer before taking the steps to put together a band that would go on to thrill crowds the area over. After some trial and error, Keith found a truly gifted group of musicians to help him promote his debut CD, Broken Bottles. Trace Bivens, Kirk Richardson, and Dwayne Berry provide the kind of foundation that only comes from countless hours of cohesion, and it shows both on and off stage.
“I am and always will be the optimist. The hoper of far-flung hopes and dreamer of improbable dreams. The wheels are in motion. Done.”
Hang on tight, and keep your eyes on these guys. Great things are coming.