The Kellys

The Kellys

BandChristianGospel

The Kellys perform at a host of events and churches throughout the Ozarks region. Their unique family harmony and blend of traditional/original acoustic Bluegrass Gospel music allow for a great experience.

Biography

The Kellys band consists of twin brothers, a sister, a younger brother and a friend.

Clayton is 20 yearso ld and has been playing htem andolin for about 8 years. Clayton works in the fmaily business, give music lessons, and is presently enrolled in an art correspondence school earning college credit. He is not only a talented musician, but also the younget and the comedian of the group.

Housten (Hoot) Kelly lives in Norwood with his wife, Jerrica, and daughters Addyson and Ava. Housten works for his Dad's construction company and helps take careo f the farm and cattle. He started playing the mandolin at the age of 8, and began guitar at 13. He's a talented musician, with a passion for putting new musical arrangement to old songs.

Bridget Kelly Lawson is 21 years old and married to Isaac Lawson. She works at Marketplace Gifts Shop in Mtn.Grove, and just had her first baby, the beautiful Natalee Elizabeth. She started playing the fiddle at the age of 7 years old.

John Kelly lives in Norwood with his wfie, Heidi and children, Regan and Cameron. John recently graduated from Drury University and works as Office Manager at Don Kelly Contractor. He started playing banjo at 8 years old.

Duke McIntosh works for Hiland Dairy, and is married to Connie, with two children, Brandon & Cheyenne. Duke was born and raised in the world of Bluegrass Music. As a young person, he played and recorded with his late father, Dale McIntosh. Their family owns and operates Wagon Wheel Bluegrass Festival Park and Festivals at Drury, MO in Douglas County.

To book The Kelly's Contact:
Jan Kelly
417-746-4014

For the latest information visit our website:
www.thekellysgospelband.com

Discography

Do You Know (2007)
Always Near (2004)
Bridging The Gap (2003)