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Peck Kelley

p, 1898-1980 US, Houston
Musician of Jazz
A.k.a. John Dickson Kelley

Peck Kelley (born October 22, 1898, Houston, Texas, USA – died December 26, 1980, Houston, Texas, USA) was an American jazz pianist. He was best known for his 1920's band Peck's Bad Boys, which included Jack Teagarden, and Pee Wee Russell.

Title Artist Year Type
Peck Kelley Jam Volume TwoPeck Kelley1983Compil.
Peck Kelley Jam (Volume One)Peck Kelley With The Dick Shannon Quartet1983Album
Peck Kelley JamPeck Kelley1983Album
Out Of ObscurityPeck Kelley And Lynn HarrellAlbum
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