Kelly Feeley

Kelly Feeley


I am a singer/songwriter, who plays acoustic folk; all original, and organical. My music dips into a Joni/Alanis sound, and have had great feedback with my keyboard sounding like Tori. Lyrics are deep, and melodies are catchy.


Kelly creates melodies that stick like glue; you find yourself humming them hours later."

"As she walks around a story-telling adventure, Kelly's lyrics speak of the very corners of her life's experience."

"Intimate, honest, and whimsical."

Kelly comes from a musical background. Both of her parents gave her a seed of music to plant ~ now the tree's sing! She began playing piano at age 6, then at 12, her mother taught her how to play the guitar. Born in San Diego, Kelly grew up listening to Joni Mitchel, Bob Dylan, Heart, Suzanne Vega, and the Mama's and Papa's, Crosby Stills and Nash, and Greatful Dead, and John Denver. Now, armed with a guitar in one hand, and a signature voice holding a microphone in the other, Kelly Feeley's songs are a craft of their own.

Kelly's first album "Sacred Space", which was self-released in 2007, is edified by compelling stories of love, hope, and all that's in-between. Well rounded and supremely talented, Kelly has the resilience and passion to break big on her own terms. Her original music is a skillful blend of acoustic/folk, indie, and rhythmic, with an original organic, raw style. A true songsmith, her sound blends with Joni, Alanis, Ani, and Catie Curtis, with a twist of Tori Amos on the piano all rolled into one... truely a uniqueness all her own. She is working hard on her second body of work, creating a tapestry for the world to embrace with it's own unique color of expression.

"Kelly Feeley puts out an incredible voice with a hint of sensitivity in her music dabbling on the border of authentic folk with flare..... listening to her music reminds me of sitting next to a warm fire all bundled and enjoying the scent of hint of smoke in the air on a perfect fall night gathered with loved ones including a carafe of burgundy in hand... ..."


Yes! "Sacred Space" has airplay, and my new songs (which haven't been TRULY recorded yet), are being played on HotSpot Radio, as well as KRCC (Colorado College). Haven't come up with a title for the new cd yet, so I call it, "The new cd"

Set List

I have 22 different originals, and I usually only go for 2-3 hours. My typical set-list is about 10 songs, then break 15, then come back and do the rest. I will usually throw some covers in there. I play some Ani,Sarah McLachlin, Joni,Melissa Ferrick, and older tunes. I know a few Tori songs on the keys too