Lynn Carey

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Lynn Carey

American singer, songwriter, model, and actress best known as the lead vocalist in the band Mama Lion add

Category: Music

Born in 1946.

Countries: United States (47%), California (27%), Russia (7%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Neil Merryweather, Charlie Musselwhite, Russ Meyer




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Lynn Carey was born in 1946 add something


In the late 1960s she joined and recorded with the band C.K. Strong for their 1970 self titled release add something


Born in Los Angeles , California, Carey first began her career as a teen model and actress appearing in the 1966 cult film "Lord Love A Duck" as well as several guest slots on the T.V. shows "Lassie", "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.", "Run for Your Life" and "The Wild Wild West" add something


Also in 1970,she provided the vocals for the fictional character Kelly McNamara in Russ Meyer's "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" add something


She subsequently recorded with Neil Merryweather on the 1970 joint project album "Ivar Avenue Reunion" which featured musicians Barry Goldberg and Charlie Musselwhite add something


In 1971 the album "Vacuum Cleaner" resulted co-credited to Merryweather & Carey add something


Neil Merryweather - Neil Merryweather and Lynn Carey, along with guitarist Kal David and former Merryweather bandmates Roth and Hall, recorded the "Vacuum Cleaner" LP for RCA in 1971


In December 1972, Carey was "Penthouse" magazine's Pet of the Month add something


That same year, she and Merryweather formed the group Mama Lion and released the albums "Preserve Wildlife" and its 1973 follow up "Give It Everything I've Got" add something


Her studio session credits range from backing vocals for Charlie Musselwhite to Eric Burdon , Michel Berger and providing music for various television and film scores in the 1980s add something


In 1984 her debut solo release "Good Times" showcased her jazz & big band leanings add something


During the 1990s and in the early 2000s she performed in Russia on several different occasions add something


In 2001 the archival CD release "Lynn Carey - Mama Lion add something