Brendan Kelly (born September 8, 1976) is the bassist and co-vocalist of Chicago punk band The Lawrence Arms, as well as guitarist/lead vocalist of The Falcon. Kelly's former bands include Slapstick and The Broadways.
He is known for his raspy vocals and drunken demeanor. Kelly graduated from Northwestern University. In 2004, he appeared on The Daily Show With Jon Stewart in a correspondent piece by Ed Helms entitled "The Clash.
" He has a blog called Bad Sandwich Chronicles.In March 2010, Kelly released a split along with Smoke or Fire frontman Joe McMahon entitled Wasted Potential.
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