Keller Williams Announces New Album “Add” Out May 31


With a prolific career spanning 23 studio records and numerous live recordings, Keller Williams has announced the release of his new album, Add, on May 31. The follow up to his 2018 entirely instrumental release, SANS, Add sees Williams now adding vocals back into both new and previously unrecorded songs, as well as his own versions of “Brave Captain” by Firehose and Joni Mitchell’s “All I Want”. Of the first single titled “The Big One” Williams says, “I’m excited for ‘The Big One’ to see the light of day, as it’s had tons of stage time and no real place on any of my last few releases.” Listen to the track HERE.

Continuously evolving as an artist over the last two decades, Add showcases Williams’ masterful penchant for innovation and his impressive level of musicianship. Performing on vocals, acoustic and bass guitars, keys, percussion and upright bass, Williams has also injected the record with various drum samples and deep vocal bass effects to create a truly unique sound. Add was co-produced, recorded and mixed by Jeff Covert in Fredericksburg, Virginia, and will be released both digitally and on vinyl, with a very limited amount of CDs also available for purchase. To pre-order click HERE and to find more information visit HERE.

Keller Williams has established himself as a creative visionary, with his unpredictable live performances and ability to seamlessly transition between genres garnering a large and loyal cult following, as well as praise from press including Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Relix, Acoustic Guitar and more. Keller Williams will bring this new music on the road for an extensive run of shows in 2019, including a string of festivals this summer. Following performances at Summer Camp Music Festival, Del Fest and Revival Music Festival, Williams will play alongside some of his various side projects at Keller In The Caverns, his very first 3-day underground event which is set to take place on June 21-23 at The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee. See a full list of dates below.

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Keller Williams 2019 Tour Dates

May 16 – Annapolis, MD – Rams Head On Stage 
May 17 – Chesterfield, MO – River City Bluegrass Festival^
May 18 – Kansas City, MO – Bluegrass In The Bottoms^
May 24 – Chilicothe, IL – Summer Camp Music Festival*
May 25 – Cumberland, MD – Del Fest*
May 26 – Ellendale, MN – Revival Music Festival
May 30-31 – Port Chester, NY – Garcia’s
June 1 – Ardmore, PA – Ardmore Music Hall
June 2 – Ozark, AR – Backwoods Festival
June 7 – Maui, HI – McCoy Studio Theater
June 8 – Kilauea, HI – Porter Pavilion
June 9 – Honolulu, HI – Blue Note Hawaii
June 21-23 – Pelham, TN – Keller In The Caverns*#%
June 28 – San Rafael, CA – Terrapin Crossroads
July 12 – Covington, KY – Paradise Music Festival
July 13 – Toledo, OH – Civic Music Hall
July 20 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
July 21 – Huntsville, UT – Blues, Brews & BBQ
July 24 – Floyd, VA – Floyd Fest^
Aug 1 – Seattle, WA – The Triple Door
Aug 2 – Ninilchik, AK – Salmonfest
Aug 10-11 – Duck, NC – Tap Shack
Aug 16 – Kimberly, WI – 1st Annual Sol Dance
Aug17 – Wesllston, MI – Hoeyville Music Festival ~
Aug 25 – Arrington, VA – Lockn’ %
Sep 13 – Charlotte, NC – Sounds of Summer ~
Sep 14 – Lexington, VA – Lime Kiln ~
Sep 19 – Slippery Rock, PA – Resonance Music & Arts Festival
Sep 22 – Knox Farm State Park, NY – Borderland Festival ^
Sep 26 – Waterville, ME – Waterville Opera House
Sep 27 – Brownfield, ME – Stone Mountain Arts Center
Sep 28 – Derry, NH – Tupelo Music Hall

* – PettyGrass featuring The Hillbenders
# – More Than A Little
^ – Grateful Grass ft. The Infamous Stringdusters
% – Grateful Gospel
~ – Keller & The Keels