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Bria Kelly

Bria Kelly is a Rock/Blues/Country/Pop singer from Smithfield, VA, USA in 2007. Bria Kelly is an 18-year-old Virginia native and honor roll student who has been performing since age 11. She currently attends Smithfield High School. Bria began her career in 2007 by singing our National Anthem for the Norfolk Admirals. She sang for the Admirals many times, and also for other local and regional sports teams, the Air Force and Navy, and for local law enforcement and veterans’ organizations. In 2007, at age 11, she won the Philadelphia Eagles’ National Anthem competition, and performed the Anthem for 45,000 Eagles & Jets fans at an NFL football game in Philadelphia. She has also performed the Anthem for the Washington Redskins and Baltimore Orioles. She has performed the Anthem at major concerts featuring Miranda Lambert, Travis Tritt, Craig Morgan, Taylor Swift, Rascal Flatts, Rodney Atkins, Tracy Lawrence, Heidi Newfield, REO Speedwagon, Darius Rucker, and Sara Evans. In all, Bria has performed the Anthem over 40 times to a combined audience of over a quarter-million people. Bria was the first official performer of Nashville’s CMA Music Fest 2010 by singing the Anthem there. Bria appeared and provided vocals in a music video of one of Grant Austin Taylor’s songs (Make This Love Last), which was selected as a top-64 entry for CMT.COM’s 2008 Music City Madness competition, and which is still featured on their site as one of their favorite “honorable mentions”. Bria won Altavista, Va’s 2009 Colgate Country Showdown singing contest and competed in the state finals. Bria won Altavista’s 2011 Texaco Country Showdown contest, and went on to win the West Virginia-Virginia State Finals. Bria won Eagle97’s (WGH-FM) WinterBlast Challenge contest in February 2011, and as a result, she was featured by Eagle97 throughout 2011, and opened WinterBlast 2012 at the Hampton Coliseum with a 30-minute set on the main stage. Bria won The Performers of Hampton Roads competition, produced in association with SKY4 TV. Bria performed her original song (“May Her”) at Chrysler Hall during the first-ever Hampton Roads Gala. Bria performed at Nashville’s Cadillac Ranch in 2008, and returned to perform during CMA Music Fest 2009. Bria has appeared on TV - on a Nashville cable TV show, Nashville Spotlight, and also locally on WTKR-TV regarding her Philadelphia Eagles performance, and also for a local benefit show. She has performed for Relay For Life, and for many other political, civic and charitable groups. Bria kicked off the City of Norfolk’s 25th annual Grand Illumination Parade in 2009, where 100,000 people heard her sing throughout the streets of Norfolk, VA. In 2012, Bria was selected by NBC to appear on the “America’s Got Talent” special YouTube/Snapple show, where she was voted through after performing “Gunpowder and Lead” by Miranda Lambert. She performed again on the first semi-finals show, singing “Perfect” by Pink. No singers were voted though. Bria writes original songs and plays the guitar, and during 2009 was the lead singer for The Bria Kelly Band. Bria became the lead singer for CoastLand, which opened for country star Craig Morgan. She is currently appearing with her close friends and fellow musicians Logan Flurry, Taylor Gomer and Andrew Ballard as “The Bria Kelly Band”, performing a wide variety of music. Bria has performed solo, and also as part of a duet, at many venues and festivals, and performed solo at both the Nashville Palace and The Listening Room in Nashville during CMA Music Fest 2010. Performing acoustically, she has opened for country stars Darius Rucker, Miranda Lambert (twice), Gloriana, Clay Walker, The Carter Twins, Jerrod Niemann, Ashton Shepherd, Little Big Town and Josh Kelley. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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