Keith GuillotOriginally from Louisiana, Keith Guillot (pronounced “GEE-oh”) pulled up his Cajun roots and moved to Chattanooga in 1994. He started playing music at an early age. After the bass player in his high school garage band departed for greener pastures, Keith picked up the bass guitar and immediately took to it. He has performed with such recognizable artists as Kenny Rogers, Three Dog Night, Willie Kitchens (The Impressions), Phil Driscoll (Joe Cocker, Blood Sweat & Tears), Jennifer Holliday, and top studio musicians Mark Douthit, Barry Green, and Tony Horowitz. He is also currently an on-call saxophonist for the Chattanooga Symphony, and he does freelance gigs for other local and regional groups on bass and saxophone. His influences on bass include Marcus Miller, Tom Kennedy, Rocco Prestia, and Oteil Burbridge. When he's not rocking on stage with 64 Highway, you'll find him spending time with his wife, Tina, and their 2 dogs at his Chattanooga home.