Bob Keel

At 18, Bob picked up the guitar and his life changed. He had always written poetry (mostly bad lagubrious poetry,) but with help of a good friend and some alcohol, he was able to discover what he wanted to be doing until he dies. Some people never figure that out, so he considers himself fortunate. His influences range from Brahms to My Moring Jacket…hip hop to the folk. Currently, he is listening to a lot of the Avett Brothers, Neil Diamond, and Johny Cash, basically anything touched by Rick Rubin.

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