Keller Williams keeps up 'Odd' excursion
One-man jam band Keller Williams, who has been pounding the pavement behind last summer's "Odd" since early November, won't stop touring anytime soon, as he's extended his schedule well into May.
The self-taught Virginia native continues the roadwork Jan. 28 in Columbia, MO, concentrating on cities throughout the Midwest and East Coast. The 29-date trek hits clubs, theaters and festivals through a May 30 performance in Cumberland, MD. Details are shown at right.
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, via Williams' main site.
"For my 14th release, I went with studio versions of road-tested favorites," Williams stated at his website. The only exception would be the first track ['Environmental Song'], which has never been played live."
Williams, who recorded the latest set with producer Jeff Covert, 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.