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About Keller Williams Trio
Here’s what Keller had to say about the new trio:
I am absolutely elated to introduce my new project with Rob Wasserman and Jeff Sipe. Rob is a zenned out keeper of the pocket, on upright acoustic bass, who has played with a jaw dropping amount of famous people, to many to list here. Jeff Sipe a.k.a. Apt 258, is a renowned drummer who is literally from another level of being, you may know him from The Aquarium Rescue Unit, Leftover Salmon or my rock fusion project with Moseley, Droll and Sipe. Our focus will be attempting to achieve my vision of acoustic dance music, please join us. – KW
The trio was originally supposed to see Jeff Sipe hold down the drum seat, but Sipe has signed on with Warren Haynes’ Ashes & Dust Band. Rodney Holmes will now be behind the kit.
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