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Kerri Anne – singer/songwriter and raw, roostsy and soulful messenger – has performed since she was 6 years old, singing, dancing, and acting and has been writing and recording music over the last 8 years, inspired by her participation at Agape International Center diving deep into its teachings and making  meditation a part of her life. She has channeled such songs as “Anything Is Possible” “Let It Out’ and “Becoming Me”. (“Becoming Me” video, opens in new page)

She has been nominated through the Los Angeles Music Awards for song of the year “Anything Is Possible” and has performed for the troops in Guantanamo Bay Cuba and has also recorded inspirational dance music and her song “Welcome To Your Life” is being mixed by DJ Terris of Athens Greece, she has recorded at Inter scope Records and has performed at The Agape International Spiritual Center you can click on live streaming Oct 27th and you can hear her most recent web radio interview on The Spirit Connection talking about her launching the Gift of Songs website, channeling high vibrational songs to help raise consciousness on the planet from weddings to corporate songs and you can follow her she has partnered with and performed for Jessie’s Place Nov 7th in Pacific Pallisades to help raise funds for their community center in Rwanda Africa to support the survivors of Genocide.

Kerri is currently bi-coastal and working on her debut full-length album release 2011.  She has original, high-vibrational inspirational songs available on a promo CD for sale – don’t miss your transportation to transformation!  She has been told her music can transcend the drive on the 405!

Hi! I'm Kerri-Anne

Enjoy a bit of my music, see me share my gift with the world at The Agape International Spiritual center, hear my latest interview and “follow your bliss” – Joseph Campbell

“If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.” – Henry David Thoreau