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Waiting

by Kellee Bradley

Pop/Rock with great hooks straight from the heart
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Mine
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2. Waiting
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3. Dead End Sign
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4. Who's Gonna Love Me
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5. I Know
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6. Home
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7. Breaking My Love
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8. I'll Be There
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9. Any Other Way
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10. If
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11. Red Dirt Road
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. That's what Kellee's new album "Waiting" is all about. It's about joy and pain; loss and hope. The songs on this album will make you laugh and cry. From "Who's Gonna Love Me", the autobiographical song about the death of her mother in 2004, to "Waiting", the celebration song about the gift of love, this is a unique and beautiful collection of Kellee at her very best.

She's been compared to the Cranberrys, Aimee Mann and Sheryl Crow, yet she has a sound all her own. She's opened for artists like Jo Dee Messina, Basia, John Mellencamp, Huey Lewis and the News, Christopher Cross, Chicago and Curtis Salgado. Kellee is the whole package! She's a great songwriter, with an incredible voice, and a dynamic performer.

Awards:
2004 USA Songwriting Competition - First Place/Lyrics
2004 Acoustic Live Finalist - www.acousticlive.net
2004 2nd Place -Maryhill Winery Songfest
www.MaryhillWinery.com
2004 JPFolks Songwriting Nomination
2002-05 ASCAP Award
2002 USA Songwriting Contest Finalist
2002 JPFolks Songwriting Finalist
2002 Washington Emerging Artist Award, sponsored by Redhook, NARAS and Made in Washington Stores


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David Gregory

All musical elements come together for this masterpiece
Waiting is a pleasure to listen to, again and again. The songs are all strong, blending thoughtful lyrics, creative melodies, and stylistically rich, wonderful vocals. The production is outstanding, complimenting every song.

Renee Matthews

Renee Matthews
What an amazing and developed voice Kellee has.Soulfull and rich!Truely a remarkable songwriter and puts on a wonderful show in person! Love the new album Kellee

Steve Jones

Powerful Voice, brilliant lyrics
Buy this album, so you'll know the lyrics when she and her band come to your town soon. Eleven brand new original songs, and 3 have already won awards. Bradley has a powerful yet soothing voice. She is also the only individual winner in the USA Songwriting contest -- all the other winners were songwriting teams.
In other words, while she is definitely a pretty face, she's not just a pretty face. The last live concert I saw, she played 3 hours, and the crowd was still cheering for more.

Keith Hannalect,


When I read the credits of Kellee Bradley’s new release Waiting, I knew I was in for some sonic delights. Ronan Chris Murphy produced the album, and his name gives instant credibility to an artist. Murphy is one of the best at his craft and he is a fine musician. Besides Bradley’s excellent acoustic guitar playing and golden voice, you have quite a supporting cast that makes this an all around great listen.



This CD is a very personal project for the artist and very much wrought with emotion and feeling throughout. The sentiments of Bradley translate into impassioned musicianship and vocals that are hard to forget. When she sings, “Who’s Gonna Love Me,” you feel like she asking you personally the answer to her question. The title track reaches out and makes you wish all the “Waiting” was over and Bradley gets everything she is looking for.



I think Bradley is a focused artist with her eye on the prize. Her interpretation of what lies at the end of the road from the results of her work is anyone’s guess. I have a feeling all she wants is people to hear her music and let nature take its course, and what will be, will be. She impresses me as the type that would very happy with people responding to her music because they relate to her story and enjoy the pop-rock sounds set to words, it is as simple as that.



This is music for everyone, its straightforward, rated PG, and the sounds are across the board accessible. Today I have to wonder what is going to come out my speakers most of the time. A lot of music has profanity in it, which does not bother me personally, however when you’re a family man and have concerns for little ears that are always listening, it’s an ongoing vigilance that is a necessity. At least it is for this parent. Kellee Bradley made it all easy, in fact, not only did I enjoy her CD, so did my family. Thanks for the honesty and great tunes Kellee. In a world filled with negativity and countless distractions, you are a breath of fresh air.





© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck

Laura T Lynch of Kweevak.com

A talented singer/songwriter !
Kelkee Bradley pens personal songs about life and growing as an individual. She writes from first hand experience as a mother and as a struggling songwriter in Seattle, the birthplace of grunge. Kellee's style on her latest well-produced CD is pop/rock. 'Waiting' the title track is a positive, mid-tempo song about finding love. It is a lyrically and vocally strong track. 'Who's Gonna Love Me' is a poignant song about the loss of her mother. Kellee plays the Hammond B3 beautifully and her singing overflows with emotion. 'Red Dirt Road' is poetic and enhanced by a diversity of instruments including the Hammond B3 and pedal steel guitar. Kellee Bradley is a talented singer/songwriter and Waiting is original and touching!