Keith Thoma portrays Don Henley in 7 Bridges : The Ultimate EAGLES Experience.

Keith began his musical career very early on in life. At age 2, he was already banging out beats on his mother’s cookware and other suitable objects. Throughout his formative years, Keith performed in a variety of musical groups including his high school’s jazz ensemble, marching band and concert band. He joined country duo, The Truesdells, in 1995, with whom he opened for both Merle Haggard and Daryle Singletary.

In 1997 Keith took a departure from country music to explore the classic/modern rock genre with local act, Chunkster. He remained with the group for 5 years. During those years, Keith added vocals to his list of talents.

From 2002 until 2004 Keith toured the US extensively with Lonesome Road. During his time with them, he performed on many stages across the US including the Longbranch Saloon in Raleigh, NC. Keith also played drums, percussion and sang lead and harmony vocals on the Lonesome Road album, Damn Good. In addition, Keith wrote and arranged most of the harmonies for the album. Keith also increased his talents by learning the harmonica, which he can play while drumming. While on tour with Lonesome Road, Keith was able to share the stage with many acts including
Emerson Drive and Rushlow.

After his stint with Lonesome Road, Keith toured briefly with Nashville Star Season 3 finalist,
David St. Romain, before finally making the move to Nashville, TN.

Since his move to Music City, Keith has toured England with
Billy Yates and Sean Patrick McGraw, toured Germany with Tim McDonald, criss-crossed the United States with Brandi Thornton, and performed at every honky-tonk in town.

Keith now resides in Nashville, TN with his wife, Keri.
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