Nate Kelley

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Nate Kelley (born February 15, 1978 in Rockford, Illinois) was the original drummer and backing vocalist for the progressive rock band Shabutie (now called Coheed and Cambria).[1] He is credited on the songs "Delirium Trigger" and "33" from Coheed and Cambria's First album. Kelley, along with Claudio Sanchez, Travis Stever and Jon Carleo formed the band Beautiful Loser in 1995, which later became Shabutie after Stever left.[citation needed] Kelley left Shabutie in February 2000. He currently performs with two bands: Laterals and The Noise (with former Misfits drummer Googy).

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  1. ^ "Nate Kelley - The Rock Hard Times". Trht.net. Retrieved 2011-10-20.