Singer and guitarist Kerri Anderson was born in Alberta, Canada. She started her musical career performing with a number of pop/rock bands that appeared at local gigs where ever they could. In 1991, Anderson had left her homeland behind to try her luck in Los Angeles. A chance to showcase her talents there landed her a deal with Impact Records. Her debut album, Labyrinth, was released in 1992. The first offering carries a hardy mixture of folk, rock, and pop with tracks like "Ghosts," "Corner of Life," "Where David Sleeps," "I Will Disappear," and "Without Me." Artists who worked with her on the recording include guitarist Spencer Sercombe, pianist Jeff Morrow, drummer Gregg Ellis, bassist Don Schiff, and percussionist Lenny Castro. The album won Anderson a nomination for the distinguished Juno Award. For all of the promise of her budding career, Anderson made no more solo recordings after her debut.
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