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Keith Thomas

Our upcoming guest is a seasoned musician, composer, and most of all, a very sought-after producer. He amazingly works across a wide array of musical genres — from pop to R&B; from classical to country. Based in Nashville, which has always been the third coast of the music industry, he has engineered and produced some of the industry’s top artists at his famous studio, the Bennett House. During his career Keith Thomas has worked with the best and launched new talent as well. He’s worked with artists such as Brian McKnight, Exposé, Charlotte Church, Amy Grant, Gladys Knight, James Ingram, Faith Hill, Yolanda Adams, Selena, and has the Grammys to show for it. As a extraordinary keyboardist and programmer, he can lay down one serious groove when it comes down to R&B bass lines. Get to know Keith Thomas on Inside MusiCast.

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I've been a fan of Keith Thomas for many many years. I have always said that he is one of the very few white guys that can REALLY lay down a great mini-moog bassline. Take David Frank of the System. Listen to a track called Don't Distrurb this Groove. So what if it's an 80s tune...take it for what it is. It's an amazing bassline. You need to listen to the track. My point is that Keith is a master....especially in POP ballads that have a smooth bass line....check out his Selena work or Vanessa Williams work.ec
October 26, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterEddy Cabello
Keith, thank you so much for spending time with us. It was a pleasure to learn more about you and your career and we hope that we can do a follow-up podcast in the future.

Best wishes!
October 26, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterRick Such

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