Welcome to ReedKailing.com!
"Raw, Rare, Well-Done"... Reed's new album ... Order your CD today!
Raw? ... Songs recorded live in the studio, with many well-known artists, as demos in the late 1970s and early ‘80s.
Rare? ... Songs recorded in the studio of Emitt Rhodes, with just Reed on guitar and piano; to date, they were never released to anybody.
Well-Done? ... Master recordings, finished products, recorded in Nashville, February, 2008. Some songs evolved from the previous “Rare” segment.
To order my new CD, click www.cdbaby.com or www.indierhythm.com
Click Amazon.com for digital downloads from my album!
If I knew then what I know now, would I do it all over again? … Yes, … in a New York second. So strap yourself in. Get ready for a great ride!
Hi! Reed Kailing here. Welcome to the Official Reed Kailing page! Join me on an exciting musical journey that spans many years in the history of some of the best rock and roll to be known. I’ve performed with the Grass Roots, ABC’s Hardy Boys, and Badfinger, as well as on Broadway’s record-breaking, box-office hit show, Beatlemania. I formed Milwaukee’s Destinations back in the 1960s and the group known as Player in the ‘70s. Welcome to my website. Allow me to tell you some true and entertaining stories about some of rock and roll’s greatest icons. You see, I’ve rocked around the block a few times during the age of rock and roll, and I’m still here to talk about it. I can recall every detail. Now I’m more passionate about music than ever! And I’m excited to have an opportunity to share my songs, stories, and photos with you. Come on, I invite you to explore my website. Nothing more needs to be said. Just give me a listen. Enjoy!
==REED'S NEWEST LINKS!==
Check out an article in OnMilwaukee.com ... "'Beatlemania Now' has special meaning to some," by Bobby Tanzilo.
Sam Tweedle, at his "Confesions of a Pop Culture Addict" website, wrote an extended article about me and my new CD. Read it here. To read a follow-up to Sam's article, containing a review of my CD, click here.
Click here to read Tom Matthews' article in "Milwaukee Magazine" entitled "Prisoners of Rock 'n' Roll," about Badfinger's Milwaukee connection and my tour with Badfinger in 1982.