Keith Paluso of the Voice Performs on Breedlove Guitar
Keith Paluso’s career in music has taken off recently after success in a popular televised singing competition. He brings his true passion for music straight from the lifestyle of a Tennessee State Park Ranger. Inspired by the birth of his first child, he has made a recent comeback to singing, songwriting, and performing after taking a near 10-year hiatus to live an adventurous Ranger lifestyle.
Keith’s unique sound is a blend of different styles ranging from rock and country to the rootsy blues that are a deep part of his Memphis, TN heritage. His soulful, husky voice has been compared to the likes of Chris Stapleton, Marc Broussard, and JJ Grey.
Keith has recently released an EP entitled “The Linden Ave. Sessions” that is available on all online music distribution platforms. The EP, which he wrote, recorded, and produced with his brother, Keegan Paluso, is a mix of songs inspired largely by rural living, history, love, and hardship.
Keith plays live shows both by himself and with his backing band, The Wolf River Gospel. His solo performances are intimate, true, and full of the honesty that comes with a genuine love of people. His full-band performances have a sound that keeps the audience engaged with a mix of rock, country, folk, and muddy, juke-joint blues.
Keith was recently featured as a Top-24 Contestant on Season 15 of NBC’s The Voice, where he was known for making creative spins on songs from a wide variety of genres and styles.