Kelly Moneymaker

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Kelly Susan Moneymaker (born June 4, 1970) is a singer, songwriter, producer.

Moneymaker was born and raised in Fairbanks, Alaska. She ended up moving to Seattle and working with The Tubes, then moved to California and worked with Todd Rundgren, Wayne Newton, Connie Stevens, Enya, Meatloaf, Ringo Starr, Diana Ross and many more.

Moneymaker was invited to join Exposé by Jeanette Jurado after being introduced to her through a recommendation. Moneymaker performed on both the album Exposé and the new tracks for their Greatest Hits album.

In 1996, with Arista Records dropping Exposé's contract, Moneymaker pursued solo projects. However, she is still a member of the group and appears with them on special occasions or when she needs to fill in for another member when the situation calls for it. She has released two independent albums, Like a Blackbird, and Through The Basement Walls. She wrote, recorded and produced a soundtrack album for Days of our Lives, and has made appearances on that show. Along with co-creator, Dan Silver, she released hard-hitting album, "Goddess Killer" for Silvermoney. Her new, blues-based-rock cd, "Race Against The Sky" has an Official Release Date set for October 1st, 2013 and she will tour in support of this new project with her band, "In The Black".

The original music Kelly writes/performs/produces has been featured on TV shows such as CSI, Without A Trace, Gossip Girl, Hawaii 5-0, Parenthood, etc. Movies: Warrior, American Pie, The Naked Mile, Get Smart's Bruce and Lloyd: Out of Control and more. Games: Guitar Hero and Playstation 2. Commercials: Nissan, O'Doul's. Official Trailers: Die Hard 4, The Heat

Moneymaker was once married to Stuart Mathis, who worked on sound production during the 1993 Exposé tour, performed with Lifehouse, Lucinda Williams and is now a member of The Wallflowers. She is currently married to actor Peter Reckell, who starred as Bo Brady on Days of our Lives. In 2007, she gave birth to her first child--daughter Loden Sloan, weighing 6lbs. 9ozs.[1]

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  1. ^ Peter Reckell Amazed by Daughter's Signing Celebrity Baby Blog, April 5, 2009

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