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770-932-9271 outstanding classical guitarist… In a word, the concert was exceptional. - Jefferson Press

Since completing his university music studies Keith has been a regular performer at colleges, traditional churches, arts festivals and community concerts throughout the Southeast.  And although these days he makes his way primarily as an event guitarist, Keith still enjoys the thrill of performing for a captive audience when the opportunity presents itself.  So what can one expect at a concert featuring Keith Gehle?  Above all else an honest performance. Simply put Keith makes playing music that is dear to him the number one priority when presenting a concert program.  As well, it is safe to say that nothing represents Keith as a musician and person better than his original works for solo guitar.  Each of his compositions, no matter how short or simple, has a unique story, memory or vision attached to it. Many of the songs have had a healing effect on him and its these special joys and remembrances that he desires to share with his listeners when he performs.

Here’s how one person described listening to Keith’s original music:

“I have purchased almost 200 Cd's from CD Baby over the last few years, most recently were acoustic guitar.  This is certainly in the top three, if not the best, of ALL the CD's I've bought.  Very pure acoustic sound.  Beautiful, flowing sound from the heart.  I could listen to it over and over every day.  I can't wait to hear more from this splendid artist.”

- Bob S.

 ...guests were enthralled at Mr. Gehle’s musical talent...

- Waycross Journal-Herald

Your warmth and artistry left our people wanting more... you left us spellbound with your mastery of both your music and the instrument.

- Wayne McDonald, Sylvania 1st UMC Evensong Concerts

Lovely, lovely, lovely! Enjoy solo guitar of the acoustic variety? Then Georgian Keith Gehle is quite likely your cup of tea. This classically-trained guitarist wholly owns the instrument, making the warm and exquisite voice an extension of himself.

- Carol Swanson,


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