JOHNNY BRANDON was born in Britian in 1925. After a tour of duty during World War II, Brandon was transferred to the entertainment division as a DJ for the British Forces Network, which led to an interest in songwriting and performing. Brandon became an overnight sensation after recording a demo of one of his songs and by the mid-1950s, he was a wildly successful performer; early hits include “Tomorrow” and “Don’t Worry.” After moving to the US, Brandon turned his focus back to writing and production, composing several Off-Broadway musicals, including Cindy (1964) and Billy Noname (1970). In 1979, he was jointly nominated for a Tony Award for Best Original Score for his work on Eubie!. Brandon is also known for his involvement in the musicals Ain't Doin' Nothin' But Singin' My Song (1982) and Oh, Diahne! (1997). A longtime resident of New York City, Brandon remains an active writer, producer and performer.
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