Jadea Kelly

Musical Artist


Who is Jadea Kelly?

Jadea Kelly is a folk musician from Whitby, Ontario, Canada. She has released three LPs and two EPs to date. Kelly's 2008 full-length album, Second Spring, produced by Ross Hayes Citrullo, was honoured with the "best country" award at the 2008 Toronto Independent Music Awards.

Kelly was given considerable exposure after collaborating with fellow Canadians Protest the Hero. She performed backing vocals on three songs for the band's concept album Kezia, taking on the role of Kezia. This resulted in an appearance in the music video for "The Divine Suicide of K.", and numerous live appearances with the band. She is also featured on their song "Hair-Trigger" from their 2011 release Scurrilous and makes numerous appearances on their 2013 release Volition.

At the end of 2009 Jadea began touring more regularly and has since performed shows with Ramblin Jack Elliot, Melissa McClelland, Luke Doucet, Ariana Gillis, Catherine MacLellan, Justin Rutledge and Jack Marks.

In 2010, she released Eastbound Platform, which she recorded with producer David Baxter.

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on July 23, 2013


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