is back!

Anyone following my career have been doing so through Well, long story short, I lost that .com after having it for over five years due to some miscommunication with my then .com DNS company. As if it weren’t bad enough that I had not received any information regarding the issues with the .com, when I did realise what was happening, someone tried for two years to sell me my own domain name for almost US$500.00 ( I guess he felt he could cash in on my thousands of unique visitors daily).

Unfortunately for this charlatan, I was not about to buy back my own domain for that. So, I did the next best thing. I shifted my focus to building all my Kei Dubb subsidiary brands and their respective domains where relevant. I decided that when I did indeed get back my .com, I would simply pool everything there into a nice little hub. After all, every brand, from,, and the others to come are powered by Kei Dubb. As such, what was initially a very annoying situation turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Best of all, the domain is back home in time to house the new direction I’m taking the brand in.

Anyway, with all of that said, I’m happy to be ‘back home.’

Welcome to the new Kei Dubb website

Here you’ll find information on all work in the arts and culture sectors as artiste/performer and business and policy management consultant through brand Kei Dubb and its subsidiaries.



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Kerri-Anne "Kei Dubb" Walker is a multilingual jazz-fusion musician, writer, and arts and culture management technopreneur. An astute business woman skilled both in the business and practice of the arts and entertainment, Kerri-Anne is the owner and face of Kei Dubb - which in part manages her Kei Dubb Forever (music) and The Short Girl Code (musings) brands, among other affiliated trade and service marks.