Williams and YMSB hit the road together in summers past, on such tours as Acoustic Planet and Big Summer Classic. For the 2008 season, look for stops throughout the south, as well as in the Pacific northwest and Rocky Mountain regions. Presale for the Keller Williams/YMSB dates begins on April 12 at www.kellerwilliams.net, and at local ticket outlets on April 19.
Keller's complete list of currently confirmed dates include:
May 23 Delfest Cumberland MD Keller and The Keels
May 24 Asheville Music Jamboree Asheville NC Keller Williams and The Keels
June 06 BAMAJAM Enterprise AL
June 07 Wakarusa Lawrence KS
June 08 Wakarusa Lawrence KS Keller and the Transmitters
June 25 Innsbrook Glen Allen VA w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
June 26 Norva Norfolk VA w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
June 27 Koka Booth Amphitheatre Cary NC w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
June 28 House of Blues Myrtle Beach SC w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
June 29 Loudon Summer Concert Series Ashburn VA w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
July 01 Summerfest @ Marcus Amphitheatre Milwaukee WI
July 02 Egyptian Room Indianapolis IN w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
July 04 ROTHBURY Rothbury MI w/ Moseley, Droll, and Sipe
July 05-06 High Sierra Music Festival w/ Moseley, Droll, and Sipe
July 12 All Good Festival Marvin's Mountaintop WV w/ Moseley, Droll, and Sipe
July 17 String Summit North Plains OR
July 18 String Summit North Plains OR w/ Moseley, Droll, and Sipe
July 22 Marymoor Seattle WA w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
July 30 Pine Mountain Flagstaff AZ w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
July 31 Twilight Concert Series Salt Lake City UT w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
August 01 Fox Theatre Boulder CO
August 02 Red Rocks Morrison CO w/ Yonder Mountain String Band
August 31 Gratefulfest Nelson Ledges OH
Before Keller Williams hits the road this summer, he'll release a live, February 8, 2006 Grateful Grass performance. The digital only release, titled REX (Live at the Fillmore), will be available beginning April 29, 2008.
Grateful Grass - which featured Williams, Keith Moseley (The String Cheese Incident), and Jeff Austin (Yonder Mountain String Band) - performed not-so-traditional bluegrass versions of Grateful Dead favorites one winter night in Denver.
The vibe in the packed house was thick and sweet; the crowd was whisper quiet, when they weren't singing along. 100% of the proceeds from REX (Live at the Fillmore) will go to benefit The Rex Foundation, the charitable non-profit started by the Grateful Dead which gives grants to worthwhile causes. www.rexfoundation.org.
REX Track List:
01 One More Saturday Night
02 Mississippi Half Step Uptown Toodeloo
03 Eyes Of The World
05 Loose Lucy
06 Black Peter
07 St. Stephen
08 Casey Jones
09 Brown Eyed Women
10 Bird Song
11 Scarlet Begonias > Fire On The Mountain
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