Keith Christmas Acoustic Music

Keith Christmas recorded his first album 'Stimulus' back in 1969 when he also played the acoustic guitar on David Bowie's first album 'Space Oddity' and appeared at the first Glastonbury Festival.

Throughout the seventies he recorded four more albums 'Fable of the Wings', 'Pigmy', Brighter Day' and 'Stories From the Human Zoo' while touring with and supporting acts like The Who, King Crimson, Ten Years After, Frank Zappa and Roxy Music.

He stopped playing through the 80's but formed the blues band 'Weatherman' in 1991 with some friends and an album of the same name was released in 1992.

In 1996 he suddenly started to write a different kind of acoustic material which almost immediately led to the release of a new album 'Love Beyond Deals' on HTD records.

He has continued writing since then and has been described by a major festival promoter as 'a songwriter at the peak of his powers'.

He recorded his first ever solo CD called in the Summer of 2006 called 'Light of the Dawn' and is now writing for his next solo CD, as yet untitled.

Timeline Keith Christmas - Timeline of Music History  
Discography Stimulus 1969 Vinyl
  Fable of the Wings 1970 Vinyl
  Fable of the Wings (US version) 1971 Vinyl
  Pigmy 1971 Vinyl
  Brighter Day 1974 Vinyl
  Brighter Day (US version) 1975 Vinyl
  Stories from the Human Zoo 1976 Vinyl
  Weatherman 1992 CD
  Love Beyond Deals 1996 CD
  Weatherman (Reissued) 2001 CD
  Acoustica 2003 CD
  Timeless & Strange (compilation 1969 - 1971) 2004 CD
  Brighter Day (Reissued) 2004 CD
  Stories From the Human Zoo (Reissued) 2004 CD
  Light of the Dawn 2006 CD
  Fat Cat Big Fish 2011 EP
  Stimulus (Digitally Remastered) 2012 CD
  Fable of the Wings (Digitally Remastered) 2012 CD
  Pigmy (Digitally Remastered) 2012 CD
  Live at the Pump 2012 CD