Keith Knoche is a “preacher’s kid” and the product of a musical family. At an early age he began keyboard instruments and guitar. His first musical compositions were published and performed while Keith was still in high school. “Prayer of Our Lord” was a favorite rendition of the Heralds Quartet, and “O, Praise the Lord Ye Nations” was performed by Zubin Mehtah and the L. A. Philharmonic. Keith has gone on to write more than seventy-five songs that have been recorded and performed by various artists.
Keith, his wife, Lenette, and his dad, Philip, routinely do concerts in Christian venues. His interests include water-color painting, collecting signatures and documents of famous people, model railroading, golf, and racquetball. He also is the proud owner of two incredible talking parrots – George and Dudley.