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Fox

Fox was a British-based pop band popular in the mid-1970s. Led by American songwriter and record producer Kenny Young, the band was perhaps best known for its charismatic Australian lead singer Noosha Fox (Susan Traynor).

The band was founded by Young, who had composed the song “Under the Boardwalk” for the Drifters in 1964. Young had worked off and on with the Australian singer Susan Traynor on one of his solo albums, Last Stage For Silverworld, where she was listed as ‘Amanda’, after Young had written Reparata and the Delrons’ “Captain of Your Ship”, which had been a UK hit.