Joe's dad is a musician. Starting in the 1970's he wrote and
recorded music and lead bands. In the 1980's and 1990's he
acheived radio success and was featured on
the Dr. Demento radio show
which saw his songs, "I saw Elvis" and "Zip
It" (a Morton Downey Jr. parody) get regular airplay.
Joe's dad was recently featured in Mick Mercer's, "Music to die for"
which covered his death rock music, "Corpse". Click images below to read about it.
Ed is also a musician. In the 1960's he founded Spot and the
then later The Four Souls. Today he's a best selling author and radio personality.
have seen him on the Syfy Channel's
Paranormal Witness episode The
for having the unfortunate
luck of buying the most haunted house, ever....and had the first nationally
televised excorsism on NBC
1970 because of it.
Head on over to his website to
find out more. www.edwinbecker.com
(through marriage) Joe Kelley was the lead guitarist for
Chicago area 1960's band, "The Shadows of Knight" who
became famous for
their rendition of the Van Morrison cover, G-L-O-R-I-A.
ghosted lead guitar on another band's hit, "The
Outsiders" Time Won't Let Me because
their lead guitarist wasn't at the studio and caught Joe after a Shadows session so
they could complete the track. Both Uncle Ed and Uncle Joe played a show together back in the day.
Joe got to record two songs with him while he was still alive which are
available for purchase in the music section of this website.
continues family tradition as you will see on this website via
appearances on the radio, on solo albums, compilation and tribute
albums, guest appearances and film soundtracks in addition to
appearances in books, magazines, advertisements and interviews.
There is always news. There is always something going on. There is always new music.
As they say, "The show must go on". So check back frequently for updates.