Keith Davis
Pianist, Composer,

About the Artist

     In my thirty years as a professional musician, I've had the opportunity to play with and hang out with a lot of great players, and to study with some great teachers. Ted Howe and Dr. Steven Hall are two teachers who had a lot of influence on me. While I was attending Berklee College in 1982, I also had the opportunity to study with Jerry Bergonzi,
     In 1985, I went to the Banff Summer Jazz Workshop and had the opportunity to meet Dave Liebman,  Don Thompson,  Kenny Wheeler, and other great players in our field.
     I've played at jazz festivals all over the South, with people like Pat LaBarbera,, David "Fathead" Newman,, Ben Riley,, and Mike Mainieri,
     I was a member of Teddy Adams Quintet for several years in Savannah, GA, and we recorded a couple of CDs. Delbert Felix and Samarai Celestial were also in the band, along with Ron Pinder.
     Currently I can be found playing solo piano, duos with bassist Mike Holstein , Ron Brendle,, and other great local players.
     I also teach Jazz Piano at Furman University here in Greenville, SC.