One of the best places to hear Bill Keale is Chops Bistro. See you there!
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With a soulful voice and personal touch he honors some of the great artists of our time with a style all his own.
This album includes original music and songs by request. Inspired by his audience it still remains a landmark and essential part of their music collection.
"His voice smooth and melodious. A well-crafted assortment of island standards, ernest originals and soothing Hawaiian slack-key instrumentals. This album the local record industry would be proud to claim".
-John Berger music editor author Island Mele Honolulu Star-Advertiser
This artist will move you with his unique voice as feelings, memories and emotions are rediscovered in every song he shares.
After the Rain remains a timeless favorite. From wherever you are in the world the magic of the islands will always be with you.
From his early introduction into Hawaiian Music, Slack Key Guitar, Pop & Folk, Bill Keale’s smooth vocal style adds a special touch
to audiences everywhere. It’s that intangible, acoustic, organic profile as a solo artist that remains evident and pure.
His unique guitar styling and vocals is a reflection of his approachable and personable interpretation of Aloha.
To find out more about Bill Keale, watch the video produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting.
"His voice, smooth and melodious, is the key ingredient to his success. Keale identifies the people he honors in song."
"Pure music...All heart"
"Bill Keale ~ The Best of Central Oregon ~Best Musician and Best Singer Songwriter Awards!"
"Another sold out event... Simply amazing!"
Both approachable and professional, Bill Keale delivers a stellar performance.
His easy going style and thoughtful personality brings warmth to any room. What a voice!
"We Pride ourselves in showcasing the best Artists and Artisans nation wide. We are now the number one arts festival in the land! Thank you for your beautiful music Bill!"
"Listen to his gentle, passionate voice and guitar and hear his story of making a place in music."