Substitute rock musician who played lead guitar for The Breeders and who pursued an effective single career. She and her sister had been both invited to become listed on The Pixies, but just her sister Kim became a member of the group. She released two albums with her personal music group, The Kelley Offer 600, in the 1990s. Her sister Kim, the bassist for The Pixies, can be her similar twin. She performed tracks by Hank Williams Sr. with her sister if they were teenagers.
Full Name Kelley Deal
Date Of Birth June 10, 1961
Place Of Birth Dayton, OH
Siblings Kim Deal
Music Groups The Breeders, The Kelley Deal 6000, The Amps, The Frogs
Star Sign Gemini
|1||With twin sister Kim Deal on the Pixies reunion tour. They are filming their tour.|
|2||Before joining The Breeders, she could not play guitar.|
|3||Played drums in high school. She was asked to be the drummer for the Pixies, along with Kim, but the position went to David Lovering instead.|
|4||Guitars she uses include: two Les Pauls, one Fender Stratocaster, one Fender Mustang, and one Aria Pro bass.|
|5||She originally wanted to call The Kelley Deal 6000 "Solid State" but another band already had rights to the name.|
|6||Is eleven minutes older than her twin sister, Kim Deal.|
|7||She and her identical twin sister, Kim Deal, performed in the alternative rock group, The Breeders, together.|
|Lil Bub's Big Show||2013||TV Series|
|Buffy the Vampire Slayer||2002||TV Series||The Breeders|
|loudQUIETloud: A Film About the Pixies||2006||Documentary associate producer|
|May||2002||writer: "Do You Love Me Now?" 1992, "Where Did the Home Team Go" 1997, "When He Calls Me Kitten" 1997|
|Girl in a Band||2015||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|The Joy of the Guitar Riff||2014||TV Movie documentary||Herself|
|Follow My Voice: With the Music of Hedwig||2006||Documentary||Herself|
|The Work of Director Spike Jonze||2003||Video documentary||Herself (segment "Cannonball") (uncredited)|
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|1||I hate the misconception that I joined a band and became a heroin addict. I started shooting up when I was a teenager. I was a practicing alcoholic in my day job; I was working in a computer company, I had top-secret clearance for what I was doing, and I was turning up for work in the same clothes I had worn the day before, having stayed up all night on ecstasy.|
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