Naturally Brass, Jack Terry Big Band, Fullhouse, Memphis Mayhem, the Jack Mitchell Big Band, Combo and Praise Band, and the Celebration Orchestra from the First Baptist Church of Springdale
baroque soloist and clinician
student of Don Kramer
In 1997, Keith left the Branson scene and his schedule hasn’t slowed a bit since then. He has performed with lots of neat folks and enjoys it when his date book is filled. Besides Naturally Brass, he now keeps quite busy performing with the Jack Terry Big Band, Full House, the Jack Mitchell Big Band, Combo and Praise Band, and the Celebration Orchestra from the First Baptist Church of Springdale. Keith along with his compadres, Ken Lake (trumpet) and Ernest Whitmore (organ) make up the LakeWood Trio. All three of these fine gentlemen are in demand as baroque soloists and clinicians.Keith has studied trumpet with Don Kramer, Conrad Bauschka, Don Jacoby, Keith Johnson, Roger W. Spaulding, Bobby Shew and Clint McLaughlin. He enjoys all kinds of wildlife (some of which can be found in his house), green vegetables, blue-eyed brunettes, collecting interesting trumpets, coins and old-fashion albums, martial arts, mystery novels and learning things he missed or that weren’t taught in ten years of college.
Keith Wood, Dr. Jim Buckner, Steve Lippia, and David Laubach at a concert in Hot Springs Village
|Spring||1982||Henry||Purcell||Sound the Trumpet||with Michael Salkeld, baritone|
|Spring||1982||Henry||Purcell||Suite pour trompette et orgue|
|Spring||1982||Robert Russell||Bennett||Rose Variations|