Keller Williams keeps 'Odd' pace on road
"One-man jam-band" Keller Williams continues his hard-charging road warrior schedule through mid-January as he supports his latest studio album, "Odd."
The Virginia native resumes his latest outing Nov. 11 in Ventura, CA, with shows currently lined up through a Jan. 16 date in Denver. The trek encompasses an 11-date California itinerary in November, which includes shows in Los Angeles (11/13) and San Francisco (11/21).
Beginning with the Dec. 26 show in Fredericksburg, VA, and running through the New Year's Eve appearance in Charlotte, NC, the performances will feature "an even blend of Keller's solo looping show and new flavors of grassy disco jazz funk featuring Claude Arthur, Jay Starling, Toby Fairchild as well as digital visuals by Scott Sunn," according to a press release. The full schedule is included below.
Although Williams officially released "Odd" in August, the performer spent much of the summer issuing one track from the album at a time through his "Once a Week Freak" website.
Tracks from the set can still be purchased individually, or as a complete album in either physical or digital form through Williams' main site.
The Virginia native plays more than 100 concerts a year, according to his bio. During his one-man show, Williams pads barefoot from guitar to bass to percussion stations, using looping effects.