Who is Alan O’Day?
Alan O’Day: Alan Earle O'Day was an American singer-songwriter, best known for writing and singing "Undercover Angel," a million-selling Gold-certified American #1 hit in 1977. He also wrote songs for several other notable performers, such as 1974's Helen Reddy #1 hit "Angie Baby" and the Righteous Brothers' #3 Gold hit "Rock And Roll Heaven". In the 1980s he moved from pop music to television, co-writing over 100 songs for the Saturday morning Muppet Babies series, and in the 1990s he wrote and performed music on the National Geographic series Really Wild Animals.
- also known as Alan Earle O'Day, Alan O'Day
- born on (75 years ago) in Hollywood, child of Earle O'Day and Jeannette O'Day
- nationality: United States of America
- profession: Singer-songwriter, film score composer
- died on in Westwood of brain tumor
- genres: Pop music, Pop rock
- album: "Appetizers"
- filmography: played Our Guests at Heartland #43 in "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"
- official website: www.alanoday.com
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