One-man-band musician and singer Keller Williams will head down to The Caverns in Pelham, Tennessee next summer for a three-night weekend event, branded as Keller In The Caverns. The 48-year-old multi-instrumentalist announced his upcoming event, which will take place on June 21th-23rd, 2019, on Friday. Williams will be joined throughout the weekend by special guests including The HillBenders and Dark Star Orchestra/Furthur guitarist John Kadlecik, as well as his own funk outfit More Than A Little.
The first night of music will feature Williams performing a solo set, in addition to teaming up with The HillBenders for a performance billed as Keller Williams’ PettyGrass. Day two on Saturday will feature another solo set from the host in addition to a performance alongside More Than A Little, with whom Williams released the Funk LP back in 2013. The final day of the event on Sunday, June 23rd will feature an afternoon brunch set of Grateful Gospel for some presumed Grateful Dead tunes alongside well-known Dead tribute guitarist John Kadlecik.
Tickets for the event via various package options can be found on the Keller In The Caverns’ ticketing website. General on-sale for the June event will begin next Saturday, November 17th at 10 a.m.
The announcement of the Keller In The Caverns comes one day following the news that Williams will be teaming up with Love Canon for a Grateful Grass performance at FloydFest 2019 in his native Virginia come July. Williams will join an already loaded lineup that includes names like Phil Lesh & The Terrapin Family Band, The String Cheese Incident, Margo Price, Brandi Carlile and many more.
Williams will close out his two-night stay in Illinois on his ongoing fall run tonight with a performance at Space in Evanston, a town just north of Chicago. His loaded winter tour schedule will keep him on the road well into December before rolling over into the new year with more North American shows until mid-March.