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It would probably take up a lot less room to list the things that Keller Williams hasn't done, instead of what he has. Now in his second decade as a musician, this 41 year-old troubadour from Fredericksburg, Virginia has released more than a dozen studio albums, gigged with members of the Grateful Dead, collaborated with The String Cheese Incident, and captivated thousands upon thousands of fans while playing more than 100 shows a year. As if that wasn't enough, Williams also hosts a weekly radio show, writes a regular tour blog, and recently released an album of children's music as well as a corresponding book. Over the past 20 years Keller has built his reputation on his engaging live performances, no two of which are ever alike. Essentially accompanying himself, Keller puts on an astonishing one-man show by looping several instruments, from guitar to bass to percussion, allowing him to create layers of sound that simulates a full band. Williams has even been called "music's mad-scientist" for his ability to combine elements of bluegrass, folk, rock, reggae, electronica, funk, and just about every other genre under the sun.