Kenny Lynch was an English Songwriter, Singer and Actor and appeared in many shows of the 1960s. At that time, he was amongst few black singers in British pop music. Check out Kenny Lynch Wiki, Age, Height, Career, Family, Wife, Death, Biography & More.
Kenny Lynch Wiki/Bio:
|Real Name:||Kenneth Lynch|
|Date of Birth:||18-Mar-1938|
|Birthplace:||Stepney, London, England|
|Profession:||Singer, Songwriter, Actor|
Kenny Lynch Age, Height, Weight:
|Age:||81 Years (As of 2019)|
|Height:||5 Ft 11 in|
Kenny Lynch Career:
He grew up in Stepney, East London. He was the regimental featherweight boxing champion in the Royal Army Service Corps.
He gave the numerous UK hit singles in the early 1960s, including two top ten hit movies named “Up on the Roof” and “You Can Never Stop Me Loving You”. He is mostly known for a single release of “Misery”, the first cover version of a Beatles song to be released.
Kenny Lynch reportedly offered to Helen Shapiro to help write a song, but quickly became frustrated and criticized their ability to compose music – at the time Lennon and McCartney were writing “From Me to You”. Years later he appeared on the album cover of Wings’ 1973 album, Band on the Run, along with other celebrities.
Lynch also wrote songs for others, including actress Linda Thorson, Small Faces’s No. 3 UK hit “ha-La-La-La-Lee” and Cilla Black’s No. 5 UK hit “Love’s Just A Broken Heart”, American. Contributed to. Songwriter Mart Shuman. “You’d Better Believe It” (co-written with Jerry Ragavoy) and “Sorry She’s Mine”, which also appeared in the small-faces 1966 debut album, were both Lynch’s work.
Kenny Lynch has appeared on various television programs, including Celebrity Squares, Mooncat & Co., Room at the Bottom, Bullseye and Curry and Chips. He has also appeared on Z-Cars, The Sweeney, Till Death Us Do Part and Treasure Hunt.
In 2018 Lynch has a concert tour with Jimmy Tarbuck and Anita Harris. Also in 2018, he appeared in ITV’s Last Laugh in Vegas.
Kenny Lynch Family:
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Kenny Lynch Wife:
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Kenny Lynch Death:
He died on 18 December 2019 at the age of 81 Years.
Saddened to share this news with you all. Sadly our dad passed away in the early hours this morning. He will be remembered & missed by many. We would like to say a massive thank you to the NHS & the people at Sue Ryder for all their support. Bye Dad, we will love you always! 💕 pic.twitter.com/aSeXbXuAqG
— Kenny Lynch (@KennyLynchieOBE) December 18, 2019