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  • The Ink Spots were widely accepted in both the white and black communities, largely due to the ballad style introduced to the group by lead singer Bill Kenny.The Ink Spots-Wikipedia
  • was a feature for lead tenor Bill Kenny and 2nd tenor Deek Watson was featured on "Shout Brother Shout" singing the lead part and playing trumpet.Pardon My Sarong-Wikipedia
  • The famous tenor vocalist Bill Kenny idolized Downey, and it is believed that he was Kenny's biggest influence.Morton Downey-Wikipedia
  • He had left the Ink Spots because of multiple clashes with Bill Kenny and Joe King had left the Brown Dots when he and Watson started fighting.The Brown Dots-Wikipedia
  • Del Shannon cited Jones and Bill Kenny as influences on his falsetto style.Jimmy Jones (singer)-Wikipedia
  • "If I Didn't Care" is a song written by Jack Lawrence that was originally sung and recorded by the Ink Spots featuring Bill Kenny in 1939.If I Didn't Care-Wikipedia

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