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Ally Kerr

Элли Керр

Место рождения: Глэсгоу, Шотландия

His first release, Midst Of The Storm, was a 7 inch vinyl single (EP) on the Spanish label Elefant Records. An album, Calling Out To You, followed on Japanese label Quince Records in 2004 and on Neon Tetra Records (UK) in 2005. Producers included Duglas T. Stewart (BMX Bandits), Duncan Cameron (Riverside Studios) and David Scott (The Pearlfishers). The Sore Feet Song was used as theme tune to Japanese animated TV series Mushishi and released in Japan as a CD single through Marvelous Entertainment. The series has since aired in several countries and was released on DVD in America, Australia and the UK.

Kerr's second album, Off The Radar, was recorded and produced by David Scott (The Pearlfishers), and released on Much Obliged Records (UK / Europe / US), Universal Records (Philippines) as well as in Japan on the Ultra-Vybe / Star Sign label in 2008, and through Triangle Music in South Korea. Kerr has spent time touring in Asia (Japan, Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan, China) and Europe. In June 2015 Kerr embarked on a headlining tour of China covering 10 cities.

His third album, Viva Melodia was recorded with Marcus Mackay at The Diving Bell Lounge studio in Glasgow, and was produced by Biff Smith (The Starlets / A New International). It was released on Much Obliged Records (through Shellshock Distribution / The Orchard worldwide), licensed to Pastel Music (Korea) and distributed by Ultra Vybe (Japan).

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