The Keller Williams KWahtro featuring Gibb Droll, Danton Boller and Rodney Holmes.


The KWahtro is my evolution of Acoustic Dance Music.  Using my songs as a template for creations involving improvisational bursts of new disco, reggae, drum and bass and jazz swing afro trap, all with two acoustic guitars, double bass and drums.  This project is an attempt to bring my vision to life and as always, to entertain myself on stage, while hopefully entertaining you.


This particular version of KWahtro features my old friend and levitational guitar player, Gibb Droll, whom you may remember from my 2008 release “Live” as well as collaborations with Brandi Carlisle and Bruce Hornsby. Also the precisely groovy Danton Boller on acoustic upright bass.  I first felt his vibe with the Jazz Mandolin Project a decade or so ago and it always stuck with me.  Later he went on to record and tour with Roy Hargrove, who in my book, is a living legend on trumpet.   Last but not least, the rhythmic genius Rodney Holmes, who traveled the world with Carlos Santana, will be holding it all together on drums as we attempt to float on acoustic goodness.

-Kw

 
 

The Keller Williams KWahtro featuring Gibb Droll, Danton Boller and Rodney Holmes.


The KWahtro is my evolution of Acoustic Dance Music.  Using my songs as a template for creations involving improvisational bursts of new disco, reggae, drum and bass and jazz swing afro trap, all with two acoustic guitars, double bass and drums.  This project is an attempt to bring my vision to life and as always, to entertain myself on stage, while hopefully entertaining you.


This particular version of KWahtro features my old friend and levitational guitar player, Gibb Droll, whom you may remember from my 2008 release “Live” as well as collaborations with Brandi Carlisle and Bruce Hornsby. Also the precisely groovy Danton Boller on acoustic upright bass.  I first felt his vibe with the Jazz Mandolin Project a decade or so ago and it always stuck with me.  Later he went on to record and tour with Roy Hargrove, who in my book, is a living legend on trumpet.   Last but not least, the rhythmic genius Rodney Holmes, who traveled the world with Carlos Santana, will be holding it all together on drums as we attempt to float on acoustic goodness.

-Kw