Guy Kelly

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For the American politician, see Guy E. Kelly.

Guy Kelly (22 November 1906 - 24 February 1940) was an American jazz trumpeter born in Louisiana, perhaps best known for his work in Chicago the 1920s and 1930s with jazz musicians such as Albert Ammons and Jimmie Noone. Kelly worked in New Orleans during the 1920s with bandleaders such as Papa Celestin, among others. Kelly appears on the Noone classic "The Blues Jumped a Rabbit", recorded Chicago 15 January 1936. Kelly died February 24, 1940.