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Kelly's Lot is a Los Angeles based band that weaves blues and roadhouse rock into a passionate combination. Selections from their diverse selection of original songs, form a dynamic set of sometimes mellow and moody; sometimes raucous and radiant; but always soul searching lyrics.
Kelly's Lot Kelly's Lot was formed by lead singer Kelly Zirbes. Kelly Z recorded her first demo CD, "Kelly's Lot", with J. Peter Robinson, former keyboard player for Phil Collins and The J. Geils Band. The next recording "Kelly's Lot-Live at the Troubadour", produced by Perry Robertson, was added to the 1st demo to make the promotional compilation "Kelly's Lot - Chapter 1 & 2."


Kelly's Lot After gaining lots of fans in Los Angeles it was tme to do a studio CD. Perry Robertson, now in the band, recorded and produced "TEST DRIVE" bringing in friends like Scott Sanders to Mix. Phil Morales came on board to create the enhanced part of the CD and a music video of the band's remake of Melanie's "Brand New Key" was directed by Catherine Hardwicke. The band has always had great supporters and talented folks willing to help. Kelly's Lot went on tour to support their new release and found fans all over the USA.


Kelly's Lot Kelly's Lot The next CD "STOP AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE" was recorded to help the band raise funds for various charities. Re-titled "Get Hip To Hep C", it was part of a national campaign to raise awareness about hepatitis C. Kelly's Lot went on tour again, hitting even more stops along the way.


"Trio" and "Come To This" are the most recent releases.

"Trio was also recorded live and represents the true feeling behind all the other recordings. It is stripped down but still has the power of the full band. With just 2 guitars and vocals, it features Rob Zucca, Perry Robertson and Kelly Z.

"Come To This" is a full band CD that features the Blues/Rock music that the band is known for! So far all CDs have had lots of radio play and received great reviews.



Kelly Z leads "the Lot" which consists of Rob Zucca on lead guitar, bass player Mark Drews, Sebastian Sheehan on drums and percussion, Bill Johnston on Sax and Perry Robertson playing rhythm guitar.