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Online Drum and Guitar Lessons



     Keith MacMichael comes from a family filled with musical  talent. His grandfather was a concert pianist and church organist. His father played both drums and guitar, and taught well into his eighties. With five drummers in his immediate family, it's easy to understand his love for music.   

     Performing nationally with Deanna Bogart  and others,  Keith has shared the stage with many well known acts such as: Johnny Winter, Grover Washington Jr., Bela Fleck, Brooks and Dunn, Elvin Bishop and Kathy Mattea.

      His recordings include Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Cafe with Deanna Bogart, four CD's with Korean Christian producer Gee Kim, three CD's with Henry Mancini guitarist Royce Campbell, Rounder Records recording artist's Kathy Fink and Marcie Marxer, and the Barry Gurley Trio. He has performed on radio, television, and played on soundtracks for America's Most Wanted, TBS, National Geographic, and the Discovery Channel. He has worked locally with recording artists whose music ranges from jazz and funk to blues and country. Some of these area notables are: Barry Gurley, Marge Calhoun, Deanna Bogart, Al Williams, Tim Eyermann, Scott Ambush, Tommy Lepson, Rick Whitehead, Bruce Middle and Danny Gaton.


Keith studied drums with Simon Snyder and Joe Morello, guitar with Larry Wooldrige and Pat Martino, and Tabla with Subash Karmarkar.

             He plays Baltimore Drum, INDe Snares and endorses Regal Tip sticks                


Monterey Blues Festival - Ca.                                Artscape - Balt. Md

High Sierra Music Fest - Ca.                                  Margarittaville - Key West, Fl.

Lincoln Center - N.Y.                                              South by Southwest - Austin, Tx

Clearwater Jazz Festival - Fl.                                 Slim's - San Fransisco, Ca.

Jacksonville Jazz Festival - Fl.                               Great Falls Festival, Va.

Disney Institute - Orlando, Fl.                               Diamond in the Ruff - Nashville

White House - Wash. D.C.                                     Rocky Gap Music Fest, Md.

Kennedy Center - Wash. D.C.

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