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Ted McKee

Solo Acoustic Guitarist and Vocalist


Ted McKee, born in Atlanta to an Army Officer, grew up traveling the world. He comes from a long line of musicians and started at 15 playing guitar with his brother in a rock band in Ft, Smith, Arkansas. Teddy has been living in the Lowcountry since the late 70's and raised his family here. He played on the road with John Brannen, Jack Williams, and other well known musicians. Ted's niece, Bonnie McKee is on the pop charts in her own right with the hit album, "Trouble".  Ted's latest CD, "Teddy Midnite" is hitting peak sales in international markets. His song "If You Ever Wanted Someone" has been touted by fans as "the best love song ever written". Whether he's on guitar, piano, solo or with the band, there is no question, Ted McKee is Charleston's premier entertainer.  Please consider him for your next event.


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Sample Song List

Jimmy Buffett

Changes In Latitude

Pirate Looks at Forty


One Particular Harbor


Tin Cup Chalice

Cheeseburger In Paradise

Son Of a Sailor

Van Morrison

Crazy Love

Brown Eyed Girl

Wild Nights

Tupelo Honey

Someone Like You

Have I told You Lately

In To The Mystic

James Taylor

Carolina In My Mind

How Sweet It Is

Fire And Rain

Steamroller Blues

Country Road


Shower The People

Eric Clapton


Wonderful Tonight

Lay Down Sally

Rock And Roll Heart

Bob Dylan

Like a Rolling Stone

Feel My Love

Tangled Up In Blue

You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere

Be Your Baby Tonight

Forever Young

Lynyrd Skynyrd

Call Me The Breeze

Simple Man

Free Bird

Sweet Home Alabama

Paul Simon

Me and Julio

Late in The Evening

Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover


Hotel California

Peaceful Easy Feeling


Tequila Sunrise


Standards: Sinatra, and Steve Tyrell

Other Rock: Santana, Creedence

Country: Hank Williams, Jr. and Sr. Allan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Willie Nelson and Toby Kieth

Beach and Motown: Otis Redding, Wilson Pickett, Drifters and Four Tops

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