Keith Williams, Jr.
Keith Williams, Jr.
GenresPop, Singer songwriter, Modern rock, Soul Spiritual More...
LocationLos Angeles CA United States
Sounds LikeAdam Levine meets Ben Harper
Digital Locationhttp://www.DariusLux.com musicpage.com/dariuslux
HistoryMember since: 08/16/2013 Year Founded: 2006
- Original material: 02 hrs : 30 min
- Cover material: 04 hrs : 30 min
- CDs released: 3
- CDs sold: 3500
- Digital songs sold: 1200
- Original Songs:
- Average Draw: 75
- Largest crowd: 350
- Have sound: Full PA
I am a singer-songwriter-producer-performer who specializes in positive, uplifting pop music with soulful vocals and a rock edge.
I am steadily building my career based currently on licensing and touring (California and Arizona).
I am looking to work with professionals who I can partner with in licensing and/or live performance & touring.
CELEBRITY CAFE REVIEWMay 20, 2011
"Darius Lux has an incredibly captivating voice, and from his first syllable, the listener is caught. What makes his album Arise even better is the fact that he can span and mesh a number of genres in a way that seems natural. Rock, pop, and soul swirl in each track. The singer/songwriter creatively uses his music and lyrics to be uplifting with his songs, and it works quite well.
"Listen (You Already Know)" is probably my favorite tracks. His haunting and melodic voice flows smooth through the whole song, and he is reminiscent of Lenny Kravitz and Maroon 5
, but still maintains his own unique flavor.
It was refreshing to listen to an artist use his music for a message instead of just singing about nothing nowadays. Very good choice for summer time."
"an excessively talented one-man band..."February 01, 2011
"an excessively talented one-man band..."
Darius Lux [an excessively talented one-man band] weaves textured pop into R&B with strong tenor vocals and harmonies. It’s a winning musical recipe. “Xtraordinary”, “Every Single Moment”, and “Human Race” are radio-single worthy. Every song boasts skilled arrangements and hooks, from “World Keeps On Turnin” with its tasteful acoustic guitar intro to the forceful power of “The Great Unknown” to the spirited “Life Goes On”. The overall feel suggests Seal, or Marc Broussard, and it’s right up there in quality.
Eat, Sleep, Breathe MusicSeptember 27, 2010
"I was fortunate enough to be invited to a show for Darius Lux at the House of Blues in West Hollywood last weekend. The experience reminded me of why I enjoy live music so much.
Darius Lux and his band, packed the Parish Room. If you’ve ever been there, you know that there isn’t a stage. The band pretty much just sets up in a corner, still the sound in the room in pretty awesome and for some reason being on the same level as the band makes you feel like you’re really a part of something and need to participate.
The whole set lasted more than an hour and I was surprised that the band didn’t lose their initial energy because I know I did. They maintained their vitality and showmanship throughout their set that covered some songs off of Darius’ new EP Time is Now, his old album Arise and some covers including Gnarles Barkley’s “Crazy.”
Darius Lux’s natural charisma was interesting to watch on stage and I would highly recommend catching him the next time he performs and while you’re at it, check out the EP!"