Hello Kelly was a pop-punk band from Ontario, Canada fronted by singer/songwriter François Goudreault, also known as Francy.
Starting in 2004, Hello Kelly gained national exposure in Canada and the US with the songs "Hey Elizabeth (Paper Bag Princess)" and "Fall Over Me" among others. By 2010, Hello Kelly had shared the stage with many of the top names in Contemporary Christian music, including Switchfoot and Relient K.
In the band’s final year, The Stuttering Foundation honored Goudreault -- a stutterer himself -- with the “Converting Awareness Into Action” award for “the hope and inspiration he brings to the stuttering community.” Following a two-year hiatus from touring, Goudreault now continues to make music as Francy.
The band's name was derived from its mission to encourage, empower, and challenge "Kelly", its listeners. Hello Kelly was loved by fans for its heartfelt songwriting, authentic conduct, and energetic live performances.