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1 November 1954, Wichita Falls, Texas, USA. Keith is the son of Bob Stegall, who played steel guitar for Johnny Horton. He made his stage debut when only eight years old and performed in a variety of folk and country groups during his adolescence. He formed his own band, the Pacesetters, when only 12 and toured overseas with the folk group the Cheerful Givers. Stegall then moved to Nashville and became a staff writer for CBASS. He wrote Sexy Eyes (Dr. Hook), Were In This Love Together (Al Jarreau) and Hurricane (Leon Everette). He had a few minor US country hits with Capitol Records but had more success with Epic, making the Top 10 with Pretty Lady and a further hit with California. Stegall co-produced all of Alan Jacksons albums including the landmarkHere In The Real World, and also sang harmony vocals on it. He has produced many other albums including those for Tracy Byrd, Terri Clark,...