Kenny Lynch Bio – Wiki
Early life and Career
Kenny Lynch was born on March 18, 1938 in Stepney, London. After leaving school and working various jobs at 15, he served nationally in the Royal Army Service Corps and was a Regimental Feeder Weight Boxing Champion. He was also a professional singer. Lynch’s father was born in Barbados and his mother was a mixed-race British and Jamaican.
Lynch won numerous UK hit singles in the early 1960s, including two top ten hit films “Up on the Roof” in January 1963 and “You Can Never Stop Me” in August 1963. “Trouble”, which will be the first cover of the Beatles song.
In the early 1963, Lynch was on the bill as the Beatles made the group’s first British tour. John Lennon and Paul McCartney wrote “Trouble” in January 1963, hoping that Helen Shapiro, the top artist on the bill, would record it. Years later he appeared on the album cover of Wings’ 1973 album, Band on the Run, along with other celebrities.
He has appeared in various television programs, including Celebrity Squares, Monk Cat & Company, Room At Booth, Bliss and Cray & Chips. He has also appeared on Z-Cars, The Sweeney, Tell Death Us Part and Treasure Hunt.
Lynch has played in several football charity matches and participated in Michael Parkinson’s ‘Celebrity Cricket’ fundraiser.
In 2018 he has a concert tour with Jimmy Turbuck and Anita Harris. In 2018, he also appeared in the last episode of ITV in Vegas.
Kenny Lynch Wife and Children
Kenny is survived by his two children, Bobby Chelsea Lynch and Amy Karen Lynch. He was not disclosed who is the mother of his children. After announcing the news of his passing, his daughters shared a number of photographs of their dad as part of the touching tribute.
Kenny Lynch Dead
Kenny Lynch has died on 18 December 2019 at the age of 81. His death news was shared by his children, who shared a string of photos of him on Twitter. The family said in a statement: “Saddened to share this news with you all.
“Sadly our dad passed away in the early hours this morning. He will be remembered & missed by many.
Saddened to share this news with you all. Sadly our dad passed away in the early hours this morning. He will be remembered & missed by many. We would like to say a massive thank you to the NHS & the people at Sue Ryder for all their support. Bye Dad, we will love you always! 💕 pic.twitter.com/aSeXbXuAqG
— Kenny Lynch (@KennyLynchieOBE) December 18, 2019