Jadea Kelly

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Jadea Kelly is a singer-songwriter from Whitby, Ontario, Canada.


Kelly's 2008 album, Second Spring, was produced by Ross Hayes Citrullo and received the "best country" award at the 2008 Toronto Independent Music Awards.[1][2] At the end of 2009 Jadea began touring and performed shows with Ramblin Jack Elliot, Melissa McClelland, Luke Doucet, Ariana Gillis, Catherine MacLellan, Justin Rutledge and Jack Marks.[3] In 2010, she released the album Eastbound Platform, which she recorded with producer David Baxter.[4] Her third album, Clover, was released in 2013.[5] She has guest-starred on album work by fellow Whitby musicians Protest the Hero, most recent of which being Volition.



  • Second Spring (2008)
  • Eastbound Platform (2010)
  • Clover (2013)[6]

Singles & EP's[edit]

  • It's Better To Be With You (2003)
  • Down Wave (2006)


  1. ^ Ruta, Mike (17 September 2009). "Jadea Kelly comes by country honestly". Regional Municipality of Durham: durhamregion.com. Retrieved 25 July 2010. 
  2. ^ Toronto Independent Music Awards
  3. ^ (25 May 2010) The Scene Ottawa Sun
  4. ^ Jadea Kelly Music Reviews
  5. ^ (May 2013) Kinos-Goodin, Jesse Jadea Kelly's Clover full album Archived 1 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine. CBC music
  6. ^ "Clover (True North)". True North Records. Retrieved 15 September 2013.