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Chuck Kelly was born in Dallas, Texas, and now lives in California. He played trombone with Ray McKinley, Dizzy Gillespie and other bands. He became a group singer and sang with the Jones Boys, the Modernaires with Paula Kelly and other vocal groups, eventually becoming a studio singer where he sang on many recordings with Henry Mancini, Johnny Mathis, Kay Starr, Count Basie, Alan Copeland, Billy May, etc. Chuck performed on several network television shows that included the Red Skelton Show for 5 1/2 years, Danny Kaye Show 2 years, and appeared on TV specials that starred amongst others Bing Crosby, Andy Griffith, Danny Thomas and Dick Van Dyke. He sang on several motion picture sound tracks: Sweet Charity, Hello Dolly, Peter Gunn, Darling Lilly, Star, The Plainsman, etc.
Chuck has written for the National Enquirer, International Musician, Playboy, Ebony, Eros, Society of Singers Newsletter, etc. as well as various technical publications. He has adapted six of his novels for the screen.
He has a Master's Degree in Communication and Organizational Theory from International College. He is also a Certified Hypnotherapist.