Gutted to hear about the passing of our friend and musician Keith Allison. He not only left a massive mark in pop culture as a member of “Paul Revere & the Raiders”, but he also left a permanent mark in our hearts forever. So many great times. Kieth was the life of the party.
Keith Allison is a versatile performer. He not only pursues his career as a composer, guitarist, and singer, but has also been required to play his role in recording and touring performances of other bands and composing scores for many years.
Special talents are used in movies and performances in movies and TV shows. From 1965 to 1967, Keith received his first recognition as a solo artist in Dick Clark’s Where The Action Is. There, he met Paul Revere and Raiders, and continued to be a member of the band for many years.
During that time, Keith continued to release his own records, but also toured extensively with the strategy. In addition to appearing in many TV music shows, he was also called to the recording studio to record with The Monkees and The Raiders.
As a performer who can both perform and sing, Keith was very popular in various movies and TV shows in the 1970s and 1980s. Keith Allison continued rock music into the 21st century. I am happy to provide these pages on the Waddy Wachtel website, dedicated to Keith Allison and his outstanding career. Since 2000, Keith has been appearing regularly with the Waddy Wachtel band in Los Angeles, and it is always great to watch his “action”.