Known as the girl of 6,000 Tracks, singer/pianist Emma Kelly received recognition through the book Midnight in your garden of Great and Wicked. The 1994 reserve by writer John Berendt designated an entire section to Kelly, painting her being a tight Baptist who performed cocktail lounges on Sunday nights but could teach religious beliefs classes the next Sunday morning hours. The reserve was eventually converted to a film, directed by Clint Eastwood, 3 years after the reserve was originally released. Because of her publicity through the reserve and film, Kelly’s nightclub work became a favorite tourist attraction through the old age of her lifestyle. Kelly received her nickname from fellow songwriter Johnny Mercer after she could play different tracks that Mercer requested she play, estimating that Kelly knew approximately an astounding 6,000 tracks strictly from storage. Kelly passed on at age 82 in 2001.