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Charles A. Kelly


By Nigeria Anderson

A True Innovator of Music

Charles A. Kelly is a gold record (RIAA, BMI) artist, keyboardist, producer, author, worship leader and songwriter based in Los Angeles. His talents have placed him on sets with Neil Diamond, Elton John, Sister Sledge, The Pointer Sisters, Ndugu Chancler, and Nile Rogers to name a few.  Charles A. Kelly is a true key player in the Jazz world.  His ability to transcend music into a message you can feel is his greatest gift.  His album Endangered Species is being received well in the jazz community.  Kelly’s latest song to be released is titled I’m GoodI’m Good has an encouraging message for all to enjoy.  The song combines his Jazz and Christian roots.  His song I’m Good will minister to your spirit, reminding you everything will be alright. 

Jazz and gospel music share characteristics of improvisation and creative freedom.  Charles A. Kelly has become a master of them both.  He is a jazz musician by profession and a worship leader at his church.  Kelly wrote a book titled Five Circles: Church Growth Through MusicThroughout his book, Kelly shares information that establishes the importance of increasing diversity in worship music in every church.  In our conversation, he mentions the importance of maintaining his authenticity as a jazz artist in a digital world.   To top it off, Kelly shares his work experience with the great Stevie Wonder.  While working with Stevie Wonder, it definitely developed his skills and provided him with an experience that can’t be learned from a book.  He shares those moments which helped transform the way he creates music today.  Kelly is a true innovator, reinforcing all the sounds, grooves, rhythms and theory of creating good music. Welcome our KeyPlayer Charles A. Kelly.  You can connect with Kelly through his website, https://www.soundsofsunrise-entertainment.com/   and you can follow him on @charlesakellymusic PUSH PLAY

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