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Alan Paul

Alan Paul

born on 23/11/1949 in Newark, NJ, United States

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Alan Paul

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Alan Paul

Alan Paul (born November 23, 1949, Newark, New Jersey) is a Grammy Award- winning singer and composer, best known as one of the founding members of the current incarnation of the vocal group The Manhattan Transfer.[1] He played Teen Angel and Johnny Casino in the original Broadway cast of Grease where he introduced the songs "Beauty School Dropout" and "Born to Hand Jive". As a child, he appeared in the original Broadway cast of Oliver!. He released a solo CD Another Place and Time in 2003. He also provided Dino Spumoni's singing voice on the animated television series Hey Arnold!.

References

  1. (2004-04-26) The rough guide to jazz, p. 99, Rough Guides. URL accessed 3 July 2011.

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