João Roberto Kelly became famous being a author of Carnival marches just like the all-time vintage “Cabeleira perform Zezé” (with Roberto Faissal, recorded by Jorge Goulart), “Mulata Weê-Weê-Weê” (recorded by Emilinha Borba), “Colombina Weê-Weê-Weê,” and “Rancho da Praça Onze” (with Chico Anísio, recorded by Dalva de Oliveira). Like a samba composer, he previously strikes with “Boato” (documented by Elza Soares), “Mais perform que Amor” (documented by Jamelão), and “Dor de Cotovelo” (documented by Elis Regina). Additional originals of his documented consist of “Gamação,” “Brotinho Bossa Nova,” “Samba perform Teleco-teco,” “Só Vou de Balanço,” and “Ciuminho.” Kelly started to play the piano by hearing at 11, trained by his mom and grandmother. In 1957, he produced his professional debut composing the musical rating towards the play Sputnik no Morro. Also like a author of soundtracks, he debuted on Television in 1963, taking part in the main comedy displays. Kelly also documented many albums as an interpreter of his originals.