Lucy Simon

Real Name:Lucy Elizabeth Simon

American composer for the theatre and of popular songs. Lucy Simon recorded and performed as a singer and songwriter, and was known for the musicals The Secret Garden (1991) and Doctor Zhivago (2011).
Born on 5 May 1940 in Manhattan, New York City, N.Y., USA.
Died on 20 October 2022 in Piermont, N.Y., USA.
Simon was a sister of Joanna Simon, Peter Simon (5), and Carly Simon. With Carly, she sang in 'The Simon Sisters'. Lucy set "Winkin', Blinkin' And Nod" to music, and the song charted when released as a single. After the duo recorded two albums for the Kapp label in 1964, Lucy left to marry and raise a family, while Carly persued a solo career. Reunited in in 1969 for an album of children's music, Lucy returned to her home life, while Carly became a star. Often backing her younger sister up in the studio, Lucy recorded two albums of her own for RCA. Lucy is a Grammy winning producer, and a Tony and Academy Award nominated songwriter. She died of cancer the day after her sister Joanna died from the same disease.

Sites:Wikipedia , Imdb
In Groups:The Simon Sisters, The Simon-Taylor Family
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