When Did Kenny Vance Release His First Album?

Kenny Vance released his debut solo album, "Vance 32," in 1975. Vance was also part of the rock group Jay & the Americans, which released its first album, "She Cried," in 1962.

In 1992, he began making music with Kenny Vance and the Platoones. The group's debut album, "Teenage Dream," released in 1994. Vance worked as a music supervisor, music producer and composer on a variety of films, including such notable titles as "American Hot Wax," "Animal House, "The Warriors" and "Hairspray." Vance also acted in some small roles in such Woody Allen films as "Manhattan," "Stardust Memories," "Crimes and Misdemeanors" and "Husbands and Wives."