Adam Mitchell


Adam Mitchell (born 24 November 1944 in Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland) is a Canadian-referenced singer-songwriter, most notable for writing "French Waltz," which was a hit for Nicolette Larson; "Dancing Round and Round," which was a hit for Olivia Newton-John; and for his later co-writing work with KISS on the albums Killers, Creatures of the Night, Crazy Nights, and Hot in the Shade. ... (see more)

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