Kelly Bazely grew up a gypsy, wandering the world and never having one place to call home. She was classically trained at a young age, but began writing and singing songs when she was fifteen. An outsider in places she could not understand, music became her main outlet and only consistency in her life.
Independent and passionate, Kelly’s soft melodies burn like fire and her songs reveal her innermost complexities. She spends a lot of time inside of her imagination - her fascination for magic and dreams bleed into her whimsical, and sometimes eerie music.
She has performed in venues throughout New York and Canada, and even in Colombia. Some of these places include The Bitter End, The Duplex, Sidewalk Cafe, The Bowery Poetry Club, The National Underground, Bar 169, Uncle Mike's, and the Women's Rights To Rock Music Festival.
Kelly Bazely released her EP, Fear Not in November 2010.