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Meet fashionable tour manager Keri Ellis

We spotted this red-hot lady at Cliff Bell's

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This red-hot lady was recently spotted at Cliff Bell’s in Detroit. Keri Ellis hails from Ann Arbor and is a graduate of Western Michigan University with a master’s in counseling psychology. She’s a tour manager and is currently touring the country with the local band Rootstand. Ellis is also the co-producer of the Annual Rootenanny Music Festival, featuring bands like Rootstand, UV Hippo, the Macpodz, Roister, Covert, and more. Keri loves traveling, seeing live music, and collecting ticket stubs from concerts. This gal also enjoys dancing, meeting new people, and having good wine with great friends. She loves fashion and is always looking fabulous. Her favorite places to shop for clothes are Nordstrom, TJ Maxx, Michael Kors, Free People, and Forever 21. 

Vince Camuto Platform Wedges … DSW … $90

Red Dress … Forever 21 … $20

Free People Vest … Free People … $65

1970’s Orange Clay Necklace … Grandmother’s … priceless

Michael Kors Earrings … Michael Kors … $125

Feather Cuff Earring … TJ Maxx … $10

Amber Ring … gift

Turquoise Ring … Mexico … $60

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