Keedy (born Kelly Ann Keedy on July 26, 1965 in Abilene, Texas) is a female pop singer from the early '90s. She grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
In 1991, Keedy released her debut album "Chase the Clouds" which didn't peak at all on the Billboard 200 chart.
Keedy's biggest hit song to date "Save Some Love" peaked at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming a top 20 hit on the chart.
Keedy released a follow-up single "Wishing on the Same Star" which peaked at #86 on the Billboard Hot 100. Because of management changes at Arista Records, promotional support for the second single was pulled and no other singles from the album were released.
Keedy stayed at Arista Records and attempted to work on a sophomore album, but due to management shifts, the album was shelved. After that, she left the label and moved back to Wisconsin where she joined a cover band called the Orphans in the mid-90's.
After leaving the band, Keedy and her musician husband, Royce Hall formed a band called the Luvbyrds. These days, they continue to perform and record music and post demos on their MySpace page.
The Milk Carton Pop Stars blog was fortunate enough to get an interview with Keedy which you can read about here:
To see Keedy and her husband Royce's MySpace page, go to:
To see the music video for "Save Some Love," go to:
To see the music video for "Wishing on the Same Star," go to: