Andy Kim Biography
Born in Montreal in 1952, Andy Kim went to New York at the age of 16 to become a star. He soon returned home but then quit school and moved to New York to begin recording. Kim remained unknown until he joined songwriters Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, who helped out on the big late-'60s hits "How'd We Ever Get This Way," "So Good Together" and "Baby, I Love You" (a platinum-plus single). Andy Kim's albums of the period include Rainbow Ride (1969), Baby I Love You (1969), Rock Me Gently (1974) and his ...Greatest Hits (1974).
After his father died in 1976, Kim stopped recording, though he returned under the name Baron Longfellow with two albums: a self-titled LP in 1980 and Prisoner by Design in 1984. ~ John Bush, All Music Guide
Andy Kim Bio from Discogs
Lebanese Canadian pop singer, born 5 December 1946 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.