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Keith Thompson

Keith Thompson

Blues ENG, UK  UK
Why Can't You Be Good
Why Can't You Be Good
Groundhog Blues
Groundhog Blues
Stalag 34
Stalag 34
Living In The Blues
Living In The Blues
Preachin' The Blues
Preachin' The Blues

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Keith Thompson Promo

Shows

  • Thu

    Jan 29

    Witney, UK | 8:00pm

    Keith Thompson solo acoustic set. Opening for "Son Of Dave".

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  • Thu

    Feb 12

    Swindon, SOM, UK | 8:00pm

    Keith Thompson solo acoustic performance.

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  • Wed

    Mar 4

    Cheltenham, GLS, UK | 8:00pm

    Keith Thompson solo acoustic performance.

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  • egon erger (Artist)
    egon erger
    dig both tunes. love the style and the vocals. best wishes and success, egon erger
  • BadgerStatic (Artist)
    BadgerStatic
    Creative work and sound! Best of luck to you! http://www.facebook.com/Badgerstatic

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Keith Thompson

Guitar, Vocals, Songwriting

About

Label: Density Music

Bio: Having toured the length and breadth of the UK and Europe as a solo artist and with his band, Keith has finally released an acoustic album, "Steel Strings & Bruised Reed" to much critical acclaim. Some of the songs on the album are unplugged versions of band material and other songs that until no...See Full Bio

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Keith Thompson has a show on 2015-01-24 at 20:00 @ King's Head in Cirencester, GLS http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5ioatx #concert

Press

“Steel Strings & Bruised Reed Normally found fronting his band alongside members of The Climax Blues Band, this new collection of tracks finds Keith in mostly stripped back acoustic form and in the company of saxophonist Patsy Gamble. What I particularly like about this CD are the ausio dynamics of the production - the clarity is exemplary. The sax playing is certainly complimentary and held beautifully in check so that it is not overpowering. "Why can't You Be Good" kicks the album off with a nice driving beat. then it is off to Mississippi Delta for the tragedy of the floods in "Bad rain". When I listen to "Heart & Soul" I hear Bad Company's seagull in places. this is due to the sound of Keith's acoustic guitar and the pace of the track, not in any way related to the lyrics - those are completely different. Loads here to enjoy. I liked this a lot!”

— Graeme Scott, Blues Matters

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