Worship is a way of life, and Keith tries his best to make that evident through his music and relationships. Keith and his organization, 360 Collective, use music as a means to speak life into people wherever they go as they blur the lines between sacred and secular. Whether it’s being covered in the Washington Post or CBS Radio for sports song parodies, or partnering with local charities, Keith is already looking for new ways to impact the community.
After recording two full-length albums and sharing the stage with artists like Switchfoot and leading with pastors like Mark Batterson, Keith recently released his first live album, a CD/DVD combo title Our Hope, together with Jason Hoard (Fee, Shane and Shane, Third Day).
In addition to being produced by Hoard, this new live project includes additional video production from David Listor. The CD includes 13 live tracks, recorded with a sold-out crowd, including half original songs and half cover songs. The title track (Our Hope is in You) is co-written by Keith, Hoard, Brandon Coker, and legendary Third Day lead singer/songwriter, Mac Powell. The DVD includes a full length concert, and bonus features including interviews and song story videos.
Keith and his band are available for conferences, retreats, worship services, or any other event that may need a solo artist, band, or even a speaker. With experience from a Pastor’s conferences of 4000 people or a 25-person youth event, Keith’s desire is to serve wherever needed. He is also a Compassion International artist and loves to speak and/or play on behalf of Compassion and share what they are doing in the world. Read more here.
Keith and his wife Emily (and their new baby) are based in the Washington, D.C. area. He leads worship all over the world and runs 360 Collective from there. Keith and Emily love vacationing at the beach and try to find time to watch movies and baseball.