Born in Greenville, Mississippi, Keith Carlock has been playing professionally since his early teens. He attended The University of North Texas where he studied with Ed Soph and George Lawrence.
Keith Carlock has appeared live and on recordings with the likes of Grover Washington Jr., David Johansen, The Blues Brothers, Paula Abdul, Heads Up Superband, Rhett Tyler, Harry Belafonte, Joe Beck and Leni Stern. He's also a member of the Wayne Krantz trio, the legendary regulars for the last few years at New York City's premiere "jazz dive", The 55 Bar. Keith drummed every track on Everything Must Go.
Keith Carlock has been a professional musician since the tender age of ten. The Greenville Missisippi native has quickly gained the reputation of being one of the preeminent drummers on the scene today.
Keith attended The University of North Texas where he studied with Ed Soph and George Lawrence. His long list of playing credits includes: Grover Washington Jr., Wayne Krantz, David Johansen, The Blues Brothers, Paula Abdul, Heads Up Superband, Rhett Tyler, Harry Belafonte, Joe Beck and Leni Stern.
Keith Carlocks unique style and tasteful musical approach can be heard on the title track to Steely Dans "Two Against Nature", which won the Grammy Award for "Album of the Year" in 2000. Keith has recently been playing and recording with Walter Becker and Donald Fagan in preparation for a new Steely Dan album and concert tour expected sometime in 2002.