Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods are an American pop music group, known mainly for their 1970s hit singles, "Billy Don't Be A Hero" and "Who Do You Think You Are".
The band was formed in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1965 by their leader Bo Donaldson. They were first discovered while touring with The Osmonds in the early 1970s and signed with Family Productions, releasing their first single in 1972, "Special Someone", but their big break came after moving to ABC Records and working with the record producer Steve Barri in 1973. Although their first single with ABC, "Deeper and Deeper," failed to make a big impression on the charts, beginning in 1974, the band released the songs "Billy Don't Be A Hero" (# 1 for 2 weeks Hot 100), "Who Do You Think You Are" (written by Clive Scott & Des Dyer of Jigsaw) (# 15 Hot 100), "The Heartbreak Kid" (# 39 Hot 100), and "Our Last Song Together" (# 95 Hot 100). "Billy Don't Be A Hero" sold overЧитать далее в Википедии...
Альбомы и синглы:
- Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods [1974, альбом]
- The Best Of [сборник]
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