"Reminiscent of early Strait, [he] has that wonderful combination of honky-tonk edge and real life depth. A great CD...."
- Brett Beavers, Sony Music
"...a solid album that repeats the success of Norris's first album [Along For The Ride]. Keith is one of today's artists who best represent the fusion between honky-tonk and new country. Without a doubt... an album not to be missed!"
- Cristian Gualandri, Lone Star Time
FOUR big radio hits, countless online plays, chart-topping performances, and a host of critics singing his praises!
Check it out for yourself to see why this Texas-bred country singer, songwriter, entertainer, and musician has been compared to Mark Chesnutt, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Randy Travis, Alan Jackson, and so many other legends.
You'll understand right away why his music is standing alongside contemporaries such as Jamie Richards, Jason Allen, Rick Trevino, Radney Foster, David Ball, Kevin Fowler, Jason Boland, and the Derailers on the Best In Texas charts.
While several songs on Deuce offer classic country themes of love, heartbreak, and the occasional trip to the bar, the album sets itself apart from much of modern country by exploring life’s more difficult issues as well. “Heaven, Hell or Houston” is the tale of a heartbroken man contemplating suicide. “Don’t Try This at Home” is a revealing look at the heavy toll drinking has taken on one man’s family and life.