Geri Ann Karlstrom (born August 19, 1952) is a Canadian singer and songwriter who has written and recorded four albums and toured widely throughout the U.S. and Canada. She has worked extensively with producer husband Ben Karlstrom and sung on many Bob Rivers Twisted Tunes and Mancow song parodies.
Karlstrom was born in Port Alberni. A natural singer, guitarist and songwriter she started her pop music career in the late 1960s. Her career has spanned over 35 years.
In 1980, Karlstrom wrote and recorded her first album "Coolage" produced by Donnie Gossett of Salvation Air Force. In 1986, Karlstrom married her musical partner and producer Ben Karlstrom. They soon coauthored a Contemporary Christian album titled Karlstrom, which received extensive play and charting throughout the U.S. and Canada. In 1999, Karlstrom's first recovery album "Soulful Journey" was released on the Internet. It was one of the first "recovery music" CDs of its kind specifically geared toward bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa recovery.
- Coolage, Praise Records 1980 studio album produced by Donnie Gossett
- Karlstrom, Lordz Records 1990 studio album produced by Ben Karlstrom
- Soulful Journey, Genuine Records 1999 studio album produced by Ben Karlstrom
- Starving For Attention, Genuine Records 2006 studio single produced by Ben Karlstrom
- Lead singer and rhythm guitar in The Fabtones
- Played in Vancouver, BC Club Scene with band DC3 - 1981- 82
- Sings on many Rock 101 Twisted Tunes
- Sings on Bob Rivers Twisted Tunes
- Sings on Mancow song parodies
- First to use the search term "recovery music" on the Internet
- Was inspired by Viggo Mortensen to pen poignant song "You Will Always Stay"
- Geri's email and blog has answered thousands of young women and men struggling with anorexia
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