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Vivian Vance Kelly / Press

“To Kelly, the blues is the family business Vivian Vance Kelly has music in her blood. Her grandfather was Andrew Kelly, a member of the R&B-turned-gospel group The Kelly Brothers in the 1950s and '60s, whose claim to fame was opening up for James Brown. Her grandmother was part of the McCauley Singers, who appeared on TV and radio. Her father is renowned Chicago blues musician Vance Kelly. It's only natural that Vivian Vance Kelly follows in her family's musical footsteps. "All of them were legends. I'm trying to get my legend started," she said with a laugh. "When I was younger, it really encouraged me to sing more and do my thing." You can catch her belting out her brand of R&B-flavored blues at Frankie's Blue Room in Naperville on April 17. The last time she played there, in 2001, she was her father's opening act. Now, she's stepped out on her own.”

“Vivian Kelly als Gastsängerin Mit dem «Hoodoo-Shuffle», einer jazzorientiertenEigenkomposition, ging der offizielle Teil des Konzerts zu Ende. ”