Why Don't You
Wish You Had It
For My Father
A student of jazz and R&B, Keegan Ferrell uses these influences to create a pop sound that is deep, unique and moving.
Growing up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Ferrell’s mother signed him up for piano lessons at a young age, and he became a student of classical and jazz piano all throughout his childhood, gaining enough skill to warrant admission on scholarship into the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Ferrell wrote his first song at age 14 and instantly fell in love with writing music as a form of expression. Now, living as a musician in Nashville, Ferrell focuses his time on writing and performing new original music. His debut album, “Finer Things” is set to release on November 30, 2018. The album is co-produced by Ferrell and Michael O’Connor. Ferrell cites his main influences as Stevie Wonder, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane, D'Angelo, John Mayer, Bruno Mars and Daniel Caesar.