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Kelli A. Strawbridge

Drummer Kelli Strawbridge, 24 and taken, loves playing jazz, r&b, funk, rock, alternative or any other style whenever he gets the chance. Kelli also enjoys writing and programming music, walks on the beach, chocolate shakes and playing trumpet and piano. In July 2003, Kelli organized his own quintet (KSTRAW) with Matt Balestino or Alan Parker on guitar, Matt Hall or Jamie Desanti on bass, Jason Gay or Tim Turner on saxes and Mark Ingraham on trumpets and flugel, plus special guests Doug Bethel and Sam Savage on trombones. Moving to Richmond from Harrisonburg, Va in 1999 to attend Virginia Commonwealth University, he has since studied with Howard Curtis, played (drums and keyboards) with a number of diverse talented local and national acts including: The Switch, Hotel X, Ray Anderson, Daniel Clarke (Modern Groove Syndicate, Neighborliness), John Winn (Neighborliness, John Winntet Pamela Hines, Walter Bell, Jason Gay, James "Saxsmo" Gates, Rex Richardson (Joe Henderson), Ashby Anderson, Elias Bailey (Freddie Cole), DJ Williams Projekt, Oregon Hill Funk All Stars, Rage Against Charlie Sheen, Stone's Stew, Alan Parker, Yo Mama's Brass Band, Underdog Quintet, Antonio J


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