Keith Gattis

Keith Gattis (born May 26, 1970 in Georgetown, Texas) is an American country music artist, songwriter, guitarist and producer. Gattis has released two studio albums and charted one single while signed to RCA Nashville on the BillboardHot Country Singles & Tracks chart: “Little Drops of My Heart”. In 2002, Gattis joined Dwight Yoakam’s as band leader and lead electric guitar player and is credited on Yoakam’s Blame The Vain. In 2005, Gattis released his critically acclaimed record Big City Blues. Gattis has collaborated on records with George Jones, George Strait, Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson, Kid Rock, Randy Houser, Charlie Robison, Gary Allan, Ashley Monroe, Allison Moorer, Waylon Payne, Miranda Lambert, Wade Bowen, Sara Evans, Dwight Yoakam, Brandy Clark, Randy Rogers Band, Randy Travis, Eli Young Band and more.

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Keith Gattis
Born (1970-05-26) May 26, 1970 (age 51)
Origin Georgetown, Texas, United States
Genres Country
Occupation(s) MusicianArtistSongwriterProducer
Instruments Vocals, guitar
Years active 1996–present
Labels RCA Nashville
Smith Music Group
Associated acts Kenny ChesneyGeorge StraitDwight Yoakam
Musical artist

Kenny Chesney recorded two of Gattis’ songs for his 2012 album Welcome to the Fishbowl. One of these, El Cerrito Place, previously on Gattis’ Big City Blues record, was released by Chesney and charted as a Billboard top 20 single. El Cerrito Place has also been recorded by Charlie Robison featuring Natalie Maines. Gattis co-wrote Chesney’s 2013 single When I See This Bar from the album Life on a Rock, and George Strait‘s 2013 single I Got a Car. Gattis has had numerous film and television placements including songs in The Jacket, Sicario, and Nashville. Gattis has produced and co-wrote projects for many artists including Waylon Payne, Kendell Marvel, Wade Bowen, Randy Houser and Micky & the Motorcars.

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Title Album details
Keith Gattis
Big City Blues
  • Release date: May 10, 2005
  • Label: Smith Music Group
Year Single Peak chart
US Country CAN Country
1996 “Little Drops of My Heart” 53 63 Keith Gattis
“Real Deal” 83
1997 “Titanic”[1] Switchback soundtrack
“—” denotes releases that did not chart
Year Video Director
1996 “Little Drops of My Heart”
“Real Deal”[2] Thom Oliphant

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