AC/DC Bassist Helping Up-And-Coming Florida Artist

According to Florida's WFTX-TV, AC/DC bassist Cliff Williams is one of several music-industry professionals who are using their connections to catapult an up-and-coming artist, TJ Kelly, into the spotlight. TJ and his band KEROSINE are recording a compact disc in the studio with the help of a dream team: Arnie Wohl, a music producer who used to work for Paula Abdul's management company; Steve Luongo, who played with THE WHO's John Entwstle; and Cliff Williams.

Watch a WFTX-TV report, which includes a short interview with Williams, at this location.


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