Jazz pianist who all collaborated with renowned trumpet participant, Mls Davis, through the later 1950s and early 1960s. One of is own most monumental performances is at the renowned Davis album, Sort of Blue. He began playing the piano when he was simply four years of age and was generally a self-taught pianist, despite participating in New York’s SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL of Music & Artwork. He joined many R&B groupings and began executing professionally in the first 1940s. He changed Crimson Garland as Mls Davis’ principal pianist, starting his musical cooperation with Davis in 1959. He was created in NEW YORK to Jamaican immigrant parents. Kelly documented the 1948 strike melody, Cornbread, with saxophonist Hal Vocalist.