Teachers & Coordinators
Kelley Kelley - Multi Instrumentalist - Guitar, Vocal, Bass, Piano, Drum Teacher/Workshop Coordinator
Kelley Kelley received his BA in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music May 2001. He is a National and International touring musician. His teaching style is nurturing, cheerful, and student-friendly, but disciplined. "I love to teach, and watch my students grow as musicians and explore their passion for music."
Kelley Kelley is an accomplished audio engineer/sound designer with over 20 years of experience focusing on the creation, editing, and mixing of music and sound for CD releases, film, and television. He has extensive performance experience with major label and independent recording artists including w/Alexander O’Neal,Brownmark (Prince), Tony Lemans, Ingrid Chavez, Kenwood Denard, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Barbara Blue, Michael Bland,Aquavibe, and others. In addition, Kelley has extensive writing and production experience including Slumber Party Girls (CBS kid Television), MTV-The Hills, Veronica Mars, 2008 Olympics, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, ESPN, Ron Pope. Credits include:
Kelley Kelley writer and performer on Slumber Party Girls single "Eavesdroppin Geffen Records (Keyboards and Guitar)
Aquavibe- Kelley Kelley played keyboards on "Division" which was featured on the "Playboy the Mansion Video Game"
Performed Live at the Playboy Mansion
Katie Neil- Too Late (Kelley Kelley Writer/Producer on single "Too Late") (All instruments and programming on recording)
Katie Neil- Major Label Showcase (Kelley Kelley Musical Director, Drums, and Writer/Producer on single "Too Late")
Tony Lemans Warner Bros Tour - Moscone Center Sanfrancisco (Opening for M.C. Hammer)
Tony Lemans Warner Bros Showcase - (Check out Last Song "Higher Than High") Starts at 6:00 mins
Brownmark (Motown Records) "Next Time" KK on Guitar, and played Keyboards in touring band.
Alexander O'Neal- (CBS Records )Soul Train performance and Touring band
Alexander O'Neal- (CBS Records )Soul Train performance and Touring band "Crictize"
"Fake" Number one single- produced by grammy winners Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis