CRASH KELLY TO BE PROMOTED BY MAYO COMMUNICATIONS:
June 12, 2008
MAYO Communications has been hired by Warrior Records, Los Angeles to promote Toronto-based Crash Kelly’s new “One More Heart Attack” album to be released on July 29. The CD also features Rudy Sarzo (Ozzy Osbourne/Quiet Riot/Whitesnake), Brian Tichy (Foreigner/Billy Idol), as well as songwriting contributions from Pursuit of Happiness’ main-man Moe Berg.
MAYO Communications, a full service PR firm based in LA worked with Warrior Records recently on new CD releases of Eddie Money, Benny Mardones and the debut album “Love the Sin, Hate the Sinner,” by Saints of the Underground (S.O.T.U.) S.O.T.U. features platinum album selling band members of Warrant, Ratt and Alice Cooper. All three have classic songs on Guitar Hero games. It was mixed by famed producer Andy Johns, whose credits include the Stones and Zeppelin.
Kelly’s first two album outings, “Penny Pills” and “Electric Satisfaction” helped Crash Kelly procure industry acclaim and tours with rock luminaries including, Alice Cooper, Quireboys, Backyard Babies, as well as support slots with Motley Crue, Poison, Cinderella, W.A.S.P., and many other hard rock heroes. Crash Kelly is currently embarking on a tour across Canada (U.S. dates to be announced) with ex-Guns N’ Roses axe man Gilby Clarke, who also produced half of the new tracks on the “One More Heart Attack” album.
When Yamaha Guitars commissioned their newly launched handcrafted guitar series, they asked if Kelly would consider representing their line of custom products.
“I was flattered to be considered by Yamaha,” he recalls, “and I will enjoy being their classical guitars spokesperson.” When not rocking the live venues, Kelly also actively produces and composes jingles, most recently being heard on a Pontiac commercial broadcast throughout venues across Canada. Additionally, in 2005, Sean was selected out of thousands of entries by Guitar Player magazine to perform at the inaugural Guitar Hero Competition. As a Top 10 finalist, Sean performed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, in front of celebrity judges Joe Satriani and Steve Lukather.
Below is the video for Crash Kelly’s song ‘She Gets Away’
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