Keller Glass
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Keller Glass

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"Fan Mail"

Wow I love your music..
I miss w/ Texas is my new favorite.
- Kathleen in MA

"Fan Mail"

I mess w/Keller Glass's 'I mess w/Texas' because its absolutely adorable......
Ok that was kinda lame........
But really, I like it alot =)
- Kristina in MD

"Fan Mail"

Keller, I'm really impressed with [Wooden Frames and Music from the film Walkabout]. The songs seemed to pour from your soul. Best of luck. - Brian in IN

"Fan Mail"

Keller Glass willt tear your head off and eat your children if you ever see him perform live... I suggest you do so as soon as possible.
He also likes to shoot Nazis.
- Jon in VA

"Fan Mail"

Keller, I mess with texas is amazing - Ray Hendricks Revival in MA


Solo projects:

EP - Philco
2004 vanity release
1) Don't Talk to Me
2) Calling Around
3) Lauren

EP - Wooden Frames
2005 release
1) I Mess w/Texas
2) We Are Not Neighbors
3) Amber Skyline

EP - Music from the film Walkabout
2006 release
1) Out
2) As I Expected from You
3) And Back
4) As I Expected From You Reprieve

EP - In the Dark EP
2006 release with David Stillman
1) Come Around
2) Higher Ground
3) In the Dark
4) Matter of Fact

Single - Running Backwards
2009 release on

As a member of Mobjack:

EP - Argonne
2009 release on
1) In the Dark
2) Arron
3) Argonne



From his immersion in the hill music of north Mississippi to his passion for the complex improvisations of New York jazz, Keller has always been attracted to and influenced by classic American art-forms. Groups like The Band, Stephen Stills’ Manassas and more recently Sound Garden and the North Mississippi Allstars have all greatly affected Keller’s understanding of music.

Keller’s music features straight-forward chord structures and lilting melodies delivered with his unique baritone voice and haunting steel-guitar playing. His sets feature songs that, like Keller, are original and unpredictable. His lyrics focus on everyday experiences framed in abstract images that often encourage audiences to decide the meaning of these experiences for themselves.

After making ripples in the Orlando coffeehouse scene, Keller opted for the cooler climes and decidedly more bohemian atmosphere of Northampton, MA where he continues his musical explorations. In addition to writing and playing music for its own sake, he has focused much of his energy on writing music for film. In a recent interview he said, “Film has given me an opportunity to produce more unconventional music that normally would not be accepted on its own and really focus on the basics of mood and emotion.”

With a serious catalogue of music, Southern charm and wry humor Keller is poised to make a big splash on the New England music scene. Expect to hear more from his upcoming release on, Fog on Truro, due later this year.