Keith Potger

Keith Potger Brief Biography


Keith Leon Potger, (born 21 March 1941), is one of the founding members of the Australian pop-folk group The Seekers. He was born in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and is of Burgher descent. In the Seekers, he played twelve string guitar (a 1967 Maton Special SS200/12), mandolin and banjo, and sang. He has been the vocal, and often instrumental, arranger for the group throughout its career. Potger contributed the song "All I Can Remember" on the Seekers last studio album Seen in Green as well as co-writing (under a pseudonym) the single "Emerald City". On The Seekers studio album Future Road, Potger wrote or co-wrote four songs: "Guardian Angel/Guiding Light", "Circle Of Love", "Forever Isn't Long Enough (For Me)" and "Future Road".

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