Toronto's CRASH KELLY Sign With LIQUOR AND POKER MUSIC

Toronto-based rockers CRASH KELLY have inked a deal with Liquor and Poker Music. The group' first CD for the label, "Penny Pills", will be released on January 25, 2005.

Featuring a sound that is rooted firmly in the vintage style and sound of the late '70s and early '80s, CRASH KELLY is the brainchild of Sean Kelly, a young Toronto session musician who has toured and recorded with some of the biggest names in Canadian music. After years of playing sideman to sundry artists, Sean decided to form his own band. In 2002 CRASH KELLY was born.

CRASH KELLY's lineup includes Kelly on lead vocals and guitar, veteran Toronto guitarist Allister Thompson, transplanted American drummer Eric Hermann and multi-platinum artist Jeff Pearce on bass. Liquor and Poker Music will be releasing "Penny Pills" with a cover of CHEAP TRICK's "ELO Kiddies" as a bonus track and a video for the lead-off track, "She Gets Away" (mp3).

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