The Kelley Deal 6000
|The Kelley Deal 6000|
|Origin||St. Paul, Minnesota, United States|
|Past members||Kelley Deal
The Kelley Deal 6000 was an alternative rock band formed in St. Paul, Minnesota, United States, and was active between 1995 and 1997. They were formed by Kelley Deal when she got out of rehab in 1995.
The band was formed in 1995 by Kelley Deal, lead guitarist of The Breeders, after she left drug rehab in St. Paul, Minnesota. The band's original line-up included Kelley on guitar and vocals, Marty Nedich on bass, Steve Salett on guitar, and Nick Hook on drums.
The band's first album, Go To The Sugar Altar, was funded by Deal and released on her own label, Nice Records. After the release, the band toured the US and Europe, changing their guitarist to Todd Mund during the tour.
In February 1997, the band worked on their second album, Boom! Boom! Boom!. For the new album Nick Hook was replaced by Todd Johnson. The album was released in August 1997.
After touring the album the band went on hiatus, with Deal becoming a full-time member of her sister's band The Breeders.
- Official Kelley Deal Website - http://kelleydeal.net/archive.htm
- Carew, Anthony (18 April 2008). "The deal makers". The Age. Retrieved 13 April 2011.
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