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All Aboard!

03:09 AM Wednesday 10/8/08 | |

After 15 years as a solo troubadour, Keller Williams is steering his one-man singer/ songwriter train into the California sunset and has finally assembled a band.

Fans can check out the new lineup, which features Keith Moseley (The String Cheese Incident), Gibb Droll (Marc Broussard, Brandi Carlile), and Jeff Sipe (Leftover Salmon), on a run of dates this fall, beginning November 5 at The Coach House in San Juan Capistrano, Calif.

Other gigs include The Fillmore in San Francisco (November 9), Crystal Ballroom in Portland (November 14), and The Showbox in Seattle (November 15).

Williams' latest offering, Live, showcases the band's contributions to his shows, with 17 tracks recorded at select live shows during a winter 2007-2008 tour (hence the snappy title).

Since it's the band's first time on the West Coast together, we thought we'd offer some advice: Be sure to bring some Sun-In and Vitamin Water. (Jennifer Aniston loves that stuff, and she's about as California as you can get!)

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