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Kenny Lynch

kenny&keefBorn and bred in Stepney, East London, Kenny was one of thirteen children.

He began singing with his sister, Gladys, who was a jazz singer working under the name of Maxine Daniels.

In 1960, he was signed to EMI’s HMV label where his first single, a cover of Harold Dorman’s American top thirty hit, Mountain Of Love made the UK Top 40. Five further singles failed to make any impact before he made the charts again in 1962 with Puff (Up In Smoke).