Trailer for the Interview with Gerard Kenny

Written by on November 22, 2012

Trailer for the forth coming interview the team at Radio Warwickshire had with Gerard Kenny, who told us about the early 1970s, when he toured the club circuit. In 1968 he landed his first recording contract with Warner Bros. Records. His composition “I Could Be So Good For You” was recorded by Dennis Waterman for the theme tune of the ITV series Minder and became a Top 10 hit single in the United Kingdom during 1980. It also gained an Ivor Novello Award for Kenny. In 1983.
Since then Kenny has continued to record. His songs have been recorded by Barry Manilow, Johnny Mathis, Perry Como, Jack Jones, Marion Montgomery, Sacha Distel, James Last and Shirley Bassey, who recorded a song that he co-wrote with Lynsey de Paul, called “There’s No Place Like London”.


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