|Occupation||Singer, Writer, Songwriter|
Joseph Keckler is an American singer, musician, and writer. In 2016 he was named a "major vocal talent" by the New York Times. Keckler's concerts have been presented at Lincoln Center, Centre Pompidou, SXSW, The Adult Swim Festival, and many other venues. Keckler's voice is unique in the sense that it spans three octaves.  In 2017 he released his first book, Dragon at the Edge of a Flat World (Turtle Point Press), a collection of essays and stories. 
He has worked in music, comedy, and the art world. In June 2015, Keckler appeared in Dave Malloy's Preludes at the Lincoln Center Theater 3. He portrayed Feodor Chaliapin, a famous opera singer and long time friend to Sergei Rachmaninoff.
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- "Joseph Kecklerâ€™s New Musical Is an Enigmatic Highlight of NYCâ€™s Prototype Festival". Observer. 2019-01-07. Retrieved 2019-01-18.
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- Luber, Stephen. "A Minotaur Enters, Shirtless, Wearing Tight Black Levis." Obscene Jester, 2014. Archived 2016-10-28 at the Wayback Machine.
- Callahan, Dan. "I Was Born and Opera and Society Has Just Got to Deal With That." The L Magazine, 2013.