Emmett Kelly

Emmett Kelly



Emmett Kelly is an American musician from Van Nuys, California. He has contributed vocal and instrumental work to a variety of international musical projects, appearing on recordings by the likes of Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Azita, Joan of Arc, Angel Olsen, Edith Frost,[1] Women and Children, John Webster Johns, Jeff Harms, Chicago poet/singer Marvin Tate,[2] Matteah Baim, Japanese musician Takuma Watanabe, and Joshua Abrams. Kelly has toured in several of the aforementioned acts in addition to with Sonny Smith, Baby Dee, Beth Orton, and Terry Reid; and in other instances, performed live with Scott Tuma, Joan of Arc, and Pillars and Tongues. He is also one half of the band The Surf, The Sundried, and a founding member of Chicago's Psychojail.

Kelly is currently a member of garage rock musician Ty Segall's backing band The Muggers, formed following the release of Segall's studio album, Emotional Mugger.



Emotional Mugger
Emotional Mugger is the eighth studio album by American garage rock musician Ty Segall, released on January 22, 2016 on Drag City Records.
The Wonder Show of the World
The Wonder Show of the World is a studio album by singer-songwriters Will Oldham and Emmett Kelly, released in 2010, on Drag City.

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