|Real Name:||Keith Ainsley Anderson|
Jamaican singer, songwriter and producer (born 28 October 1944, Kingston, Jamaica – died 27 March 2020, Kingston, Jamaica). He began his career with the group The Blinders formed with his childhood friend Tyrone Evans. After some line-up changes including the integration of John Holt, The Blinders became The Paragons but Bob Andy left the group in 1965 and then recorded for Studio One as a solo artist in 1966 the smash hit “I’ve Got to Go Back Home”, a song which has become a much-loved anthem for Jamaicans and as a songwriter for artists like Ken Boothe, Delroy Wilson or Marcia Griffiths. The couple formed with Griffiths got some success as Bob & Marcia. Their 1970 recording of Nina Simone's 'Young, Gifted and Black', sold 500,000 copies in the UK and Europe.
|Sites:||bobandy.com , Wikipedia |
|Aliases:||Keith Anderson (4)|
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