KELLEY SWINDALL TAKES CLASSIC COUNTRY ON A REBELLIOUS ROAD TRIP WITH DEBUT ALBUM
By Michael Lello
When Kelley Swindall moved from Georgia to New York to study at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts, it was to become an actor, not a singer-songwriter. But after her natural storyteller came out in songs she sang in plays, a budding star was born. After nearly a decade of live shows, she’ll release her first album, “You Can Call Me Darlin’ If You Want,” on Sept. 18 on Velvet Elk Records, based in the East Village.