Janet Kay (born 17 January 1958) is a British vocalist best known for her 1979 lovers rock hit "Silly Games". Janet Kay Bogle was born in Willesden, North West London. She was discovered singing impromptu at a rehearsal studio by Tony "Gad" Robinson, the keyboardist from Aswad, who recommended Kay to Alton Ellis
Janet Kay, was born Janet Kay Bogle (the first of 6 children) in London to Jamaican parents. Janet is a descendant of the Jamaican National Hero the Rt Excellent Deacon Paul Bogle. As a sixties child, Janet was exposed to the singing greats, especially those from the Tamla Motown stable and as a result of the exposure and inspiration, Janet's love for singing was born. Janet's songwriting prowess became evident on the release of her first album 'Capricorn Woman'. The album was, and still is a best seller. All the songs except 2 were penned by Janet Kay. By now, Janet had become known as the 'Queen of Lover's Rock'. In that same year Janet was presented with the awards for Best 7" Vinyl Single, Best 12" Vinyl Single and Best Female Vocalist 1979 by Black Echoes Music Newspaper.
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A little snippet of our prep for tonight's show at the Bernie Grant Arts Centre with Carroll Thompson, Victor Romero Evans and myself Janet Kay. Two minutes from Seven Sisters tube station on the Victoria Line.
Silly Games " as written by and Diane Marie Bovell John Lawrence Myatt. I've been wanting you For so long, it's a shame Oh, baby Every time I hear your name Oh, the pain Boy, how it hurts me inside. More Janet Kay Lyrics. SongMeanings is a place for discussion and discovery.
Features Song Lyrics for Janet Kay's The Definitive Hits Collection (1977-1985) album. Janet Kay - The Definitive Hits Collection (1977-1985) Album. Artist: Janet Kay. Send "Janet Kay" Ringtones to your Cell. Album: The Definitive Hits Collection (1977-1985).