Peggy Lea Keuler

Peggy Lea Keuler

BandPopAdult Contemporary

Memorable performances from a singer-songwriter ala pop-folk-ac that have that rare magic to make you want more....

Biography

Peggy Lea Keuler is a Nashville & Wisconsin songwriter, performer and publisher, also involved in artist development and production.
She has been pleasing audiences since the early 80s with her unique multifaceted music ability and talent. Once the co-founding member of a nationally successful full-time signed touring Pop-Rock-Soul act, "Conspiracy", and later a signed solo artist to a small Nashville label, then completing her first full length album at Butch Vig's (Garbage-Shirley Manson) famous Smart Studios in Madison WI, she has proven her versatility by learning and adapting to changing times, which required learning to write and play pop, funk, folk rock and most recently country music. Peggy has established herself as a respected published songwriter among the Nashville scene and her impressive originality has inspired many songwriters alike to branch out and search for their true inner voice. To quote producer Jerry Peters, Peggy has a unique and fresh style and it doesnt surprise me her material is sought after by so many Nashville publishers.
Meghan Linsey, Misty Rae, Lisa Pursell (Mustang Sally) Vernon Roberts are some of several up and coming artists that she has had the opportunity to work with and/or write with. Her musical ability has allowed her to expand to music production, publishing and artist development. Stay tuned for more of Peggy and her second CD (TBA) to be featured with many top-notch musicians from Nashville.

Discography

Stories Untold (12 song debut D) Splat Records 2001,
Her 2nd album is to be released Spring 2007
Peggy's had radio play on several songs including Stories Untold and Stranded and High Or Low. Streaming on all of her released songs is available per most comp. digital retail outlets

Set List

30-90 minutes of originals mostly from new album, mixed with songs from Stories Untold and a couple of cover tunes on occasion