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58 – Paul Kelly – Firewood and Candles – 2017
57 – Paul Kelly & A.B. Original – Dumb Things (Like a Version Cover) – 2016
56 – Paul Kelly & Charlie Owen – Hard Times – 2016
55 – Paul Kelly & Courtney Barnett – Sonnet 73 – 2016
54 – Paul Kelly – Sonnet 18 – 2016
53 – Paul Kelly & Neil Finn – Into Temptation [Live] – 2012
52 – Paul Kelly – New Found Year – 2012
49 – Paul Kelly – God Told Me To – 2007
48 – Paul Kelly – Shane Warne – 2007
45 – Paul Kelly & Stormwater Boys – God Told Me To – 2007
38 – Paul Kelly – Song of the Old Rake – 2005
37 – Paul Kelly – Gunnamatta – 2004
36 – Paul Kelly – Won’t You Come Around – 2004
35 – Paul Kelly & Troy Cassar-Daly – Wish I Was a Train – 2003
33 – Paul Kelly – Just About to Break – 2002
32 – Paul Kelly – If I Could Start Today Again – 2002
31 – Paul Kelly – Love Is the Law – 2001
30 – Paul Kelly – Somewhere in the City – 2001
29 – Paul Kelly – You’re so Fine – 2000
28 – Paul Kelly – Can’t Fake It – 1999
27 – Paul Kelly & Uncle Bill – You Can’t Take It with You – 1999
26 – Paul Kelly & Uncle Bill – Our Sunshine – 1999
25 – Paul Kelly – Saturday Night and Sunday Morning – 1998
24 – Paul Kelly – I’ll Be Your Lover – 1998
23 – Paul Kelly – Nothing on My Mind – 1998
22 – Paul Kelly – It Started With a Kiss – 1997
21 – Paul Kelly – Tease Me – 1997
20 – Paul Kelly – How To Make Gravy – 1996
19 – Paul Kelly – Songs from the Sixteenth Floor – 1994
18 – Paul Kelly – Love Never Runs on Time – 1994
16 – Paul Kelly & Mark Seymour – Hey Boys – 1992
13 – Paul Kelly and the Messengers – Keep It to Yourself – 1991
12 – Paul Kelly and the Messengers – Don’t Start Me Talking – 1991
11 – Paul Kelly and the Messengers – Careless – 1989
10 – Paul Kelly and the Messengers – Sweet Guy – 1989
9 – Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – Dumb Things – 1989
8 – Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – Forty Miles to Saturday Night – 1988
7 – Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – To Her Door – 1987
6 – Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – Bradman – 1987
5 – Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – Leaps and Bounds – 1987
4 – Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – Darling It Hurts – 1986
3 – Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls – Before Too Long – 1986
2 – Paul Kelly – From St Kilda to Kings Cross – 1985
1 – Paul Kelly and the Dots – Alive and Well – 1982

0 – Paul Kelly & Kirsty Stegwazi – Roll on Summer – 2000


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Paul Kelly | #paulkelly
(Paul Maurice Kelly)
[1955-…], Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Biography


Paul Maurice Kelly is an Australian rock music singer-songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player.

Paul Kelly has performed solo, and has led numerous groups, including the Dots, the Coloured Girls, and the Messengers. He has worked with other artists and groups, including associated projects Professor Ratbaggy and Stardust Five.

Kelly’s music style has ranged from bluegrass to studio-oriented dub reggae, but his core output straddles folk, rock, and country. His lyrics capture the vastness of the culture and landscape of Australia by chronicling life about him for over 30 years. David Fricke from Rolling Stone calls Kelly “one of the finest songwriters I have ever heard, Australian or otherwise”. Kelly has said, “Song writing is mysterious to me. I still feel like a total beginner. I don’t feel like I have got it nailed yet”.

After growing up in Adelaide, Kelly travelled around Australia before settling in Melbourne in 1976. He became involved in the pub rock scene and drug culture, and recorded two albums with Paul Kelly and the Dots. Kelly moved to Sydney by 1985, where he formed Paul Kelly and the Coloured Girls. The band was renamed Paul Kelly and the Messengers, initially only for international releases, to avoid possible racist interpretations. At the end of the 1980s, Kelly returned to Melbourne, and in 1991 he disbanded the Messengers.

Dan Kelly, his nephew, is a singer and guitarist in his own right. Dan performed with Kelly on Ways and Means and Stolen Apples. Both were members of Stardust Five, which released a self-titled album in 2006. On 22 September 2010 Kelly released his memoir, How to Make Gravy, which he described as “it’s not traditional; it’s writing around the A-Z theme – I tell stories around the song lyrics in alphabetical order”. His biographical film, Paul Kelly: Stories of Me, directed by Ian Darling, was released to cinemas in October 2012.

Kelly’s Top 40 singles include “Billy Baxter”, « Before Too Long », « Darling It Hurts », « To Her Door » (his highest-charting local hit in 1987), « Dumb Things » (appeared on United States charts in 1988), and « Roll on Summer ». Top-20 albums include Gossip, Under the Sun, Comedy, Songs from the South (1997 compilation, his best-charting album), …Nothing but a Dream, and Stolen Apples.

Kelly has won ten Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Music Awards, including his induction into their Hall of Fame in 1997. In 2001 the Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA) listed the Top 30 Australian songs of all time, which included Kelly’s « To Her Door », and “Treaty”, written by Kelly and members of Yothu Yindi. Aside from “Treaty”, Kelly has written or co-written several songs on Indigenous Australian social issues and historical events. He has provided songs for many other artists, tailoring them to their particular vocal range. The album Women at the Well from 2002 had 14 female artists record his songs in tribute. Kelly was appointed as an Officer of the Order of Australia in 2017 for distinguished service to the performing arts and to the promotion of the national identity through contributions as a singer, songwriter and musician.
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