Alan O’Day Dead at 72

Singer/songwriter Alan O’Day, best known for his 1977 chart-topper “Undercover Angel,” died on May 17th of brain cancer at age 72. In addition to his own hit single, he also wrote Helen Reddy‘s 1974 Number One hit “Angie Baby” and the Righteous Brothers‘ Top Three comeback hit from that year, “Rock And Roll Heaven.” In recent years, O’Day composed music for the cartoon series Muppet Babies and National Geographic’s Really Wild Animals.