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Alan O’Day, R.I.P.
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Singer-songwriter Alan O’Day passed away on Friday of cancer. He was 72.

O’Day is best known for his number one hit “Undercover Angel” which topped the charts in 1977.

Prior to that, O’Day had written songs for other artists most notably “Angie Baby” for Helen Reddy which number one in 1974 as well as co-writing The Righteous Brothers’ final hit “Rock n’ Roll Heaven”.

O’Day never replicated the success of “Undercover Angel” and spent the rest of his career writing music for TV programs such as Muppet Babies and National Geographic’s Really Wild Animals. 

Here is O’Day discussing what inspired him towards songwriting and his subsequent career in the music business. I believe this is the last interview he ever did.

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