10/13/09

Rex Musical Caravan Event: Keller Williams

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Keller Williams plays the Great American Music Hall in support of the Rex Foundation.

Keller Williams plays the Great American Music Hall in support of the Rex Foundation.

Enjoy an Odd evening with Keller Williams and support the Rex Foundation!

A longtime generous supporter of the Rex Foundation — check out his Grateful Grass release “REX: Live at the Fillmore” — Keller Williams comes to the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco for a not-to-be-missed benefit concert in November.

Saturday, November 21, 2009
Great American Music Hall
859 O’Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
All Ages Welcome

6:30 – 8:00  Drinks, Food and Reception with Keller

Enjoy a fun, festive reception with finger foods and beverages, mingling with Keller, as well as first access to seating and viewing the show. Guests will also receive an autographed copy of Odd, Keller’s most recent CD.

8:00                    Doors Open for Concert

9:00                    Show


TICKET INFORMATION:

Tickets for the VIP Happy Hour and Concert are $80 (all but $44 is tax deductible).
Reception Upgrade Tickets are $51 (for those who have already purchased concert tickets).

Concert tickets only are $29.

To order tickets and for more information contact 415-885-0750, or click here.

ABOUT THE REX MUSICAL CARAVAN

The Rex Foundation endeavors with its Rex Musical Caravan to be a vehicle for fun, spirited connections and uplifting musical experiences for a broad community of musicians and fans alike, while also raising funds for grant making.   Collaborations with gifted musicians like Keller Williams and supportive venues like the Great American Music Hall at events like this special November 21st Happy Hour, and the great Caravan events we’ve held these last few years,  help further a tradition of grassroots giving and demonstrate the power of community, service and the arts.

ABOUT KELLER WILLIAMS

Building and improvising as he plays his custom-made ten-string guitar, Keller has long been considered one of the most unique and prolific performers in all of rock. The Fredericksburg, Virginia native delivers a warm array of tenor vocals; buoyant, unpredictable semi-surreal compositions; and interactive performances. Known for flying by the seat of his pants on stage, he utilizes an unorthodox approach that centers around an Echoplex Digital Pro looping unit, which allows him to alternate between several instruments on stage. www.kellerwilliams.net.