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It may have been freezing outside, but the Wonder Ballroom was hot as hell as people swayed and danced to the folky sounds of the evening. Guitar riffs  bounced off the walls as acoustic guitar wielding Keller Williams with his project, KWahtro, lit up the evening.

The show opened up with Bozeman, Montana-based jamgrass outfit the Kitchen Dwellers. They played a solid set of songs that clearly captivated fans with their high-energy performance which showcased their unique approach to traditional music that fans have dubbed “Galaxy Grass.”

As Keller Williams Kwahtro set up for their high energy set, you could see the band members from Kitchen Dwellers grab a few pints and joined the crowd to watch the rest of the show. They mingled with fans and jammed along as Kwahtro took the stage.

Keller Williams Kwahtro wasted no time getting the audience moving with their fast-paced and jamgrass fueled tunes.With over twenty years of performing live under his belt, Williams has become a live staple with his goofy/dynamic stage presence and multi-instrumental abilities that were clearly on display at the Wonder Ballroom.

One of the best parts of the evening was when they announced drummer, Rodney Holmes. Holmes has gone on to work with some of the most talented and respected musicians in both Rock and Jazz worlds. His most notable work with Santana garnered Holmes a higher level of respect within the industry along with multiple Grammy Awards. Rodney played on the hit song “Smooth” from Santana’s “Supernatural” album. He’s also earned Grammys for his work on the Brecker Brothers ” “Out Of The Loop” album. Rodney’s amazing solos have evoked standing ovations worldwide and we were lucky enough to get a taste of it. Just when you thought he was finishing up his jaw dropping solo, he kept going and going and going till the audience couldn’t even believe what they were seeing.

Keller’s Kwahtro continued to jam at top notch levels all night and they had everyone getting into it. This show inspired you to let the music move you and that it did.

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