Singer-songwriter Keller Williams is a one-man jam band, consistently creating a completely unique experience for every audience. He does this by utilizing a slew of instruments — including acoustic guitars, wah-wah pedals, and looping machines — and composes each song live on stage. Independent and self-taught, Williams playfully describes his genre as A.D.M (acoustic dance music), a delightful hybrid of folk and electronica with a summer festival feel. Traditionally a solo act, he has shared the stage with musical icons like Bob Weir of the Grateful Dead, Victor Wooten, and The String Cheese Incident, just to name a few.
Keller Williams performs with Haewa and Neil Dorn Band on Friday, July 7, as part of the Concert in the Square series at Park Point Courtyard, 300 Park Point Drive. 6 p.m. General admission is free; V.I.P. tickets are $40. lovincup.com; kellerwilliams.net.