Dave Keller Band returns to Brandon Music this Saturday

Dave Keller brings his soul and blues to Brandon Music this Saturday, Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m. He’s a first-class singer, guitarist and songwriter who has produced three acclaimed albums, turning his personal experiences into universal ones. His latest CD, “Right Back Atcha,” showcases his powerful voice, dynamic guitar playing and his meaningful, memorable songs.
Keller has been described as “a superb songwriter and storyteller” by Bill Wilson of Billtown Blues. Wilson goes on to say “He is, without question, the real deal, pouring it out with heart, soul and a power that emanates from the deepest regions of the heart. This is the finest soul I’ve heard since the early days.”
Keller launched The Dave Keller Band in Vermont in 1996. Over the years he’s worked with deep soul singer Mighty Sam McClain and soul/blues greats Johnny Rawls and Robert Ward, adding further depth to his music. Keller has earned a devoted fan base extending far beyond Vermont by “paying his dues” — and his bills — with thousands of gigs, from coffeehouses and bars to the largest festivals in the northeast. 
In 2009, Keller was discovered by legendary guitarist Ronnie Earl, and featured as singer and co-writer on Earl’s award-winning CD, “Living In The Light.” Keller won the 2012 International Blues Challenge (IBC) Best Self-Produced CD Award (“Where I’m Coming From”), and earned a 2014 Blues Music Award (BMA) nomination for Best Soul/Blues Album (“Soul Changes”), which he recorded with Al Green’s original Hi Rhythm Section in Memphis, Tenn.
Concert tickets are $20. A pre-concert dinner is available for an extra $25.  Reservations are required for dinner and recommended for the show. Venue is BYOB. Call (802) 247-4295, e-mail [email protected] or visit brandon-music.net for more information.

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