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Foundry (band)

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Foundry is an American hard rock band based in Las Vegas.[1] Kelly Keeling, the band's vocalist, has performed in Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Baton Rouge, Blue Murder, and Michael Schenker Group.[2][3][4] The band's drummer and founder is Marc Brattin, and guitarist is James Fucci. Scott Griffin and Mark Boals have both played bass with Foundry.[1][5]

Foundry
Foundry Live 2015 - Las Vegas.jpg
Background information
Genres Rock
Years active 2014 (2014)–present
Labels Sleaszy Rider Records
Website www.foundryrocks.com
Members

HistoryEdit

Foundry released the single "Vegas Baby!" in December 2014.[1] The band's self-titled album was released in January 2015.[3] The record was mixed by Grammy-producer Steve Thompson with multi-platinum recording engineer Matt Breunig, and features guitarist Stoney Curtis and keyboardist Erik Norlander.[1][6][7] Foundry's record has 10 songs and was recorded at Vegas View Recording.[8][9] In March 2015, the band played at Count's Vamp'd in Las Vegas,[2] where Keeling was inducted into the RockGodz Hall of Fame.[10][11] Foundry was featured on Radio Narcea, 107.5 FM out of Oviedo, Spain, in January 2017.[12]

DiscographyEdit

Foundry, released January 2015

No. Title Length
1. "Blinded" 3:18
2. "Mind Radio" 2:31
3. "Get Over It" 3:09
4. "Rolling Stoned" 3:06
5. "Calling Allah" 6:03
6. "Hell Raiser" 3:09
7. "Shake" 2:55
8. "False Alarm" 3:41
9. "Television" 3:24
10. "Vegas Baby!" (Released as a single in December 2014) 2:52

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d "Las Vegas Rockers Foundry Featuring Kelly Keeling Release "Vegas Baby!" Single For Free Download; Full Album Due in January". BraveWords. December 22, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Taylor Carlson (March 31, 2015). "Count's 77 Returns to Vegas to Rock, With Kelly Keeling's Foundry Celebrating Their CD Release!". Z Rockr. 
  3. ^ a b Taylor Carlson (February 16, 2015). "Foundry - The Debut Album From Kelly Keeling's Latest Band Has Arrived At Long Last!". ZRockr. 
  4. ^ "Foundry". Rockin' Athens. 
  5. ^ Bobby Caughron (September 16, 2015). "Foundry Interview". Sleaze Roxx. 
  6. ^ "Rock Band 'Foundry' Releases Debut Self-Titled Album". Broadway World. April 4, 2016. 
  7. ^ "Kelly Keeling's Vocal Energy". Voice Council Magazine. July 5, 2015. 
  8. ^ "Foundry Releases Debut Album Mixed by 7X Grammy-Winner Steve Thompson". Jammerzine. February 2015. 
  9. ^ "Grammy Producer Steve Thompson says 'Foundry' Record is explosive". Complete World News. July 2015. 
  10. ^ "RockGodz Crowned in Sin City". Sin City Presents. April 2015. 
  11. ^ "Rock Godz Hall of Fame Second Induction Ceremony at Vamp'd Las Vegas". Vegas News. March 27, 2015. 
  12. ^ "Morgana". La Corredoria Suena.