Alan Earle O'Day is an American singer and songwriter, best known for writing and performing "Undercover Angel", a 1977 US No. 1 Gold Certified hit. Other famous artists, such as Helen Reddy's 1974 hit # 1 "Angie Baby" and Golden Brotherhood # 3 "Rock and Roll Heaven". During the 1980s, he moved from pop music to television, co-composed more than 100 songs for the Saturday Morning Muppet Babies series, and in the 1990s he wrote and performed music for the National Geographic series. Really Wild Animals.
|Birth name||Alan Earle O'Day|
|Born||October 3, 1940, Hollywood, California|
|Died||May 17, 2013, Westwood, California, U.S.|
|Website||Alan O'Day's Official site|
|IMDb||Alan O'Day's IMDb|
Singer and songwriter best known for his song "Undercover Angel," which became a Gold-certified American #1 hit in 1977.
He began creating melodies on a xylophone at the age of six.
He wrote the song "Skinny Girls," which made it on the Australian music charts.
He was born in Hollywood, California to Earle and Jeannette O'Day. He was an only child.
He wrote other songs for notable performers, including Helen Reddy's #1 hit "Angie Baby."
- Singer Los Angeles
Latest information about Alan O'Day updated on June 14 2021.