Brad Keeler (Genre: Vintage American Music)
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Brad is our featured artist for the month of November. Become a supporting member of the station and a personal sponsor of Brad and you will receive a free download of his album THREE DIFFERENT WAYS.
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Hear song samples and purchase Brad Keeler’s digital music. Members of Indie Air Radio receive a 20% discount (must be logged-in to receive discount). Brad receives all purchase proceeds.
Visit Official Site: At the age of 15, Brad Keeler adopted a cheap 6 string guitar that had been abandoned by his older brother and left neglected and alone in a closet. Sometime after that the forlorn instrument was happily making music. Since those early days, Keeler has become an award-winning multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, songwriter, composer, and interpreter of Vintage Music performing regularly throughout the Pacific Northwest.
His multi-instrumentalist artistry (flatpick & fingerpick guitar, slide guitar, mandolin, banjo, harmonica, violin, piano, bass, washboard and more) can be heard on his numerous self-produced recordings that he has released since 1997, as well as group recordings by “Wide River” and “Keeler, Melvin and Morse.” In addition to being a soloist Brad also performs with the “Brad Keeler Trio”, “FanceeThat!” with Jackie McIntyre-Fox, and with the bluegrass quartet “Jackie Fox and the Hounds”.
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