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Enter into a World of Music that is Timeless

Bristol Kids are a husband & wife songwriting duo from the Great Lakes region of British Canada and Upstate New York. James & Keri Walsh met on the beach in California, and in 2002 formed Bristol Kids Band 500 feet from the famous spot in Venice Beach where the Doors were formed by Jim Morrison and Ray Manzarek.

Bristol Kids signed a three-album deal with Nashville area record label, ODR, on July 16, 2016. Bristol Kids are currently working on new song demos for their 2nd studio album to be released by the record label in Summer 2018. Their first album “Wireless Dreams” is available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and CD Baby. “Wireless Dreams” has produced three #1 Hits on Number One Music Streaming Channel, and gained internet and satellite radio airplay worldwide.

On September 30, 2016, Bristol Kids launched the first episode of an original Web Series on YouTube, “James & Keri,” to share their story as a couple Having Fun Making Music. To watch Episodes & Teasers, visit: YouTube.com/bristolkidsTV. We aren’t busy here all the time but occasionally we do more vids for your enjoyment !

The songwriting chemistry between James & Keri Walsh is a new conversation in Pop where Brit Pop, Canadian Country, and American Rock ‘n’ Roll are synthesized into a pure, original sound. Fresh lyrics, innovative hooks, and stellar vocals comprise their approach to music. James Walsh & Keri Walsh are members of ASCAP and signed to ODR Records in Nashville and Blue Skies Entertainment for TV and Film projects that are in development. Our motto: “Just spread Love wherever you go. ” You can find us at http://www.bristolkidsband.com

“The Girl Is” from Wireless Dreams by Bristol Kids

“Miracle Mile” from Wireless Dreams by Bristol Kids

Alice Springs” from Wireless Dreams by Bristol Kids

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