Kenny Young

Kenny Young

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American songwriter who has been an active writer, artist, and producer from 1963 to the present. His most famous song was "Under the Boardwalk," co-written with Arthur Resnick and recorded by Drifters in 1964 and many other artists. This was followed through the 1960s by top 10 songs for Ronnie Dove, Herman's Hermits, Reparata And The Delrons, Clodagh Rodgers among many others.
In 1970 Young moved to England. In 1974 he founded Fox (3), a band featuring Susan Traynor as lead singer under the stage name Noosha Fox. The band broke up in 1977. Young's other bands were Yellow Dog, Gentlemen Without Weapons, 39 Vybes, and Rhythms Del Mundo.
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