Keith Lynch – Guitar
Keith began playing guitar at the age of 14, and has been non-stop ever since. After years of extensive club and studio sessions, Keith met Bill Ward, former drummer and founder of Black Sabbath in 1986, and began collaborating on Bill’s first solo CD, “Along The Way”. Keith was a co-writer on at least 30% of the CD which included hits such as “Bombers (Can Open Bomb Bays)”, featuring Ozzy Osbourne on lead vocals, and “Tall Stories”, featuring Jack Bruce on lead vocals. “Bombers”, received major radio air play and was showcased on MTV’s “Headbangers Ball”, in 1991.
Keith soon became Bill’s musical director as well as Bill’s “right hand man”. With a wide variety of musical styles to draw from, Keith delivers again on the recent release of “When The Bough Breaks”. Keith blends blues, rock and even some of his jazz guitar touches into this diverse, powerful sounding CD.
Keith is creating a unique sound for himself and for the band, spending as much time developing his tone as he does mastering his style. Keith is totally committed to his guitar, as well as the Bill Ward Band and looks forward to sharing his tone with you.
Keith has his own web site with further information about him, as well as an offer for guitar lessons, and other info about Keith and his projects. To visit Keith’s site, point your web browser at http://www.keithlynch.com.