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About Kelly Harrell
Kelly Harrell (September 13, 1889 - July 9, 1942) was a country music singer in the 1920s. He recorded more than a dozen songs for Okeh and Victor Records and wrote songs which were recorded by other artists, including Jimmie Rodgers and Ernest Stoneman, in his own lifetime. Harrell was born in Draper's Valley, Wythe County, Virginia and from his early teens worked in various textile mills. In early 1925, when Harrell was already 35 years old, he went to New York and recorded four tracks for Victor Records, among them "New River Train" (made famous by Bill Monroe and "The Roving Gambler" (Last.fm)