Kenneth Wayne Paul Tobias is a Canadian singer-songwriter. He is noted for penning the 1971 chart-topping hit for The Bells, "Stay Awhile", and for several top-selling recordings of his own.
|Birth name:||Kenneth Wayne Paul Tobias|
|Born:||July 25, 1945, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, songwriter, record producer|
|Associated acts:||The Bells|
About Ken Tobias
Canadian songwriter and singer whose popular songs include "Give a Little Love," "Fly Me High," and "Stay Awhile."
Ken Tobias Before Fame
At the start of his musical career, he played guitar for a folk band called the Ramblers. He later wrote songs for The Bells, a Montreal-based rock band.
Achievement of Ken Tobias
During the early 1970s, his song "Stay Awhile" reached number seven on American music charts and number one on Canadian charts.
Ken Tobias Family Life
He was born in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, and he later lived in Los Angeles, California and Toronto, Ontario.
Associations of Ken Tobias
He and Anne Murray frequently sang duets on a 1960s music program called Canadian Jubilee.
Information related to Ken Tobias
- Attic Records (Canada) artists
- Canadian rock singers
- Canadian singer-songwriters