Fox (3)

After writing and producing for other artists in the sixties, Kenny Young (he penned Under The Boardwalk for The Drifters) put together Fox in the early seventies, recruiting Australian singer Susan Traynor from Wooden Horse (she renamed herself Noosha Fox for this project) and Irish singer Herbie Armstrong to record the band' s first album in 1975, which also featured guest vocals by Queen's Roger Taylor. The band broke up after three albums. Traynor pursued a solo career as Noosha Fox while Young and Armstrong formed Yellow Dog.