Kelli Love

Kelli Love is an singer/songwriter, artist, activist, and traveling peaceful warrior mama. A native of San Francisco, CA, she has been influenced by the sounds and movements that were born out of the revolutions of the Bay Area; the psychedelic explorations of Haight-Ashbury, the Black Panthers, the AIM movement, and LGBT cause. With a passion for justice, equal rights, and love for the human family, she was inspired early on by the sounds of Tupac Shakur, Sly & the Family Stone, Robert Nesta Marley. She was raised with early imprint of gospel music, r & b, and reggae. She has been published internationally in mainstream music, television and film and been a featured voice on Making the Band, American Idol, and has backed up vocalists such as Angie Stone, Mariah Carey, Joss Stone, James Fauntleroy, Los Rakas, The Grouch, Sizzla, Rootz Underground, and many artists in the conscious music genre, on record or on tour. After 15 years of making music around the world, she has joined forces with a high level collective of musicians and activists to form the One Tribe Movement.
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