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September 3, 2018 21 min
Behind The Music with Kelli Brogan on If this is all there is. Kelli Brogan joins host Jacqueline Jax for a chat from Melbourne Australia about her newest release 'If this is all there is' and the making of the music video from concept to execution. The song was recorded in the US with songwriter producer Greg Critchley. as a touching song encouraging people to take charge of their lives and never settle for a life that offers less than you deserve. Listen to this amazing experience that has become a major musical time capsule in Kelli's career. Her EP will move forward pressing out singles one the next years with upcoming song "The woman I was”.  https://www.avaliveradio.info/featured/kellibrogan-interview?rq=kelli --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ava-live-radio/message
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