Jay and The Americans

Jay and the Americans was a pop music group popular in the 1960s. Their initial lineup consisted of John "Jay" Traynor, Howard Kane (né Kirschenbaum), Kenny Vance (né Rosenberg) and Sandy Deanne (né Yaguda), though their greatest success on the charts came after Traynor had been replaced as lead singer by Jay Black.

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... BB #113, CB #73) – United Artists UAL-3417/UAS-6417 (1965) Jay The Americans Greatest Hits (BB #21, CB #58) – United Artists UAL-3453/UAS-6453 (1965) Sunday and Me ... The Moment – United Artists UAS-6762 (1970) The Very Best of Jay The Americans – United Artists UA-LA357-E (1975) Jay The Americans Greatest Hits – United Artists LM-1010 (1980) Reissue of original 1965 ...
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... Jay and the Americans released fifteen albums, and their first hit was “She Cried,” which was released in 1962 ...

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