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Recorded At Akadak Music Tracks 1-6 produced by Randy Ray Mitchell "Love" produced by Denny Weston Jr Mixed by Eric Sarafin Mastered by Marcel James Cover photo/makeup by Karman Kruschke
Instrumentation: Ryan Bertolami-Bass (Surrender) Robert E. Lee-Keys (Surrender) Justin McGrath-Drums (Baby Steps, Home, Hollywood Kisses) Randy Ray Mitchell-Electric/Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Keys, Percussion, Bouzouki, Baritone Guitar, Ebow, Percussion, Piano, Organ, Slide (All songs, except "Love") Eric Sampson-Guitar (War) Adam Topol-Percussion (War) Lee Wahlert-Guitar (Surrender) Denny Weston Jr.-Drums (Love, Surrender, Gingerbread House)
From Tampa Bay to LA, country/pop singer/songwriter, Kelli Debbs announces her latest video,”They’re Coming For You, ”produced by Eric Sampson and Dan McMains (Olivia Holt). Debbs just recorded her new EP (Something That Moves Me) in Los Angeles amidst playing local shows and festivals in California.
View the video “They’re Coming For You” here: https://youtu.be/V8a-wLkW558
Debbs was hand-picked by Christi Tries at Makeful as a "The Creative Lab artist." to help her write a song. She also received the honor of being on Drink With Dave hosted by MTV VJ Dave Holmes. Check out the video HERE.
A follow up to her acclaimed LP, Baby Steps,(07/15/15), Debbs has been steadily attracting a loyal and passionate fan base that includes fellow musicians including Kiefer Sutherland, Lucinda Williams, Tara Naomi, among others. Kelli caught the ear of Denny Weston Jr. (Drummer for KT Tunstall) performing around LA and he helped her produce Baby Steps alongside a legend, Randy Ray Mitchell (Donna Summers guitarist). Kelli has recently gone back into the studio to work on a new EP with Wild Flower Recording Group in North Hollywood with plans to release and tour in the fall of 2018.
ABOUT KELLI DEBBS
Kelli Debbs is a singer/songwriter based out of LA and originally from Tampa, FL. She began writing at the age of 21 and is self-taught on guitar, a guitar that was gifted to her by her parents as a graduation present from high school. Her music is inspired by travelling, relationships with people, and persistent introspection. Her musical first loves were country and musical theater, which attributed to her affinity for telling a story and speaking of simple human conditions. Kelli loved acting and thrived in the spotlight in musical theater as a teenager, a place where she found her powerful voice. Playing guitar and singing was so different than acting. It allowed her to be vulnerable and express things that weren't always easy to say. Kelli moved to London from 2007-2009, where she grew as a performer by playing open mics. PWhile there she learned from artists from all over the world. In 2010, after releasing her 1st EP, Dreamers and Insomniacs, Kelli moved to LA. She hit the ground running performing at LA staples The Roxy, House of Blues, The Mint and Hotel Cafe to name a few. After gaining a solid fan base performing around LA, Kelli released Baby Steps (2015) and was invited to play festivals Pismocean in Pismo Beach and Big Horn Music Festival in Mt. Baldy. She plans to tour in 2018 and release a new EP entitled Something That Moves Me.