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Keri Kelli

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Keri Kelli (born Keri Fear) is an American hard rock guitarist who is currently playing full time for Alice Cooper and occasionally with Skid Row. He will play guitar and be a co-songwriter on the next Alice Cooper studio album due in 2008.

Kelli was born in Huntington Beach, California on September 7th. He is most famous for replacing guitarists in numerous American hard rock bands. In the past, he has also played in bands he founded such as Adler’s Appetite, Big Bang Babies and Empire.

Some of the other bands he has played in include: Slash’s Snakepit, Skid Row, Ratt, L.A. Guns, Pretty Boy Floyd, Vince Neil Band, Adler’s Appetite, Warrant, Dad’s Porno Mag, The Newlydeads, Love/Hate, Angel City Outlaws, Phucket and Alice Cooper.
He Co-Wrote and also made a guest appearance on the song “Bleed” from U.S. Crush’s self-titled album on Virgin/Imortal Records.

When he was in L.A. Guns and Adler’s Appetite, Keri Kelli sang lead vocals in concert on covers of Thin Lizzy’s “Jailbreak” & “Hollywood”.
Keri states that the highlight of his career so far was playing a sold out show at Madison Square Garden, during the Slash’s Snakepit/ACDC show, as well as opening for the Rolling Stones in 2006 with Cooper.

Big Bang Babies
Big Bang Babies - (1992)
Black Market - (1994)
3 Chords & The Truth - (1999)
Dad’s Porno Mag
Dad’s Porno Mag - (1997)
The Newlydeads
The Newlydeads - (1997)
Re-Bound - (1998)
Dead End - (2001)
Pretty Boy Floyd
A Tale of Sex, Designer Drugs, and the Death of Rock N Roll - (1998)

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