Jack Keller

Musician + Composer
Born Nov 11, 1936

Jack Keller A legend in his own right, Jack Keller wrote hit songs in every genre of music over a period of nearly 40 years with success in New York, Los Angeles, and Nashville. Jack started hanging around the Brill Building (the heart of "Tin Pan Alley" in New York City) when he was 17 years old. The first song he ever had recorded, "Just Between You And Me," became a top ten hit for the Chordettes in 1957.… Read More

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1936 Birth Born on November 11, 1936.


1959 22 Years Old In 1959, he was one of the first songwriters to sign an exclusive contract with Aldon Music, the music publishing company established by Don Kirshner and Al Nevins. … Read More
1960 23 Years Old After Sedaka began a performing career, Keller worked with Greenfield, and the pair jointly co-wrote two number-one hits for Connie Francis in 1960, "Everybody's Somebody's Fool" and "My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own", as well as the follow-up "Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart".
1962 25 Years Old Keller and Greenfield also co-wrote Jimmy Clanton's 1962 top ten hit "Venus in Blue Jeans"; and "Your Used to Be", a chart hit for Brenda Lee. … Read More
1964 27 Years Old Keller and Greenfield wrote the theme songs for two highly successful TV series, Bewitched and Gidget, in 1964 and 1965.
1966 29 Years Old 1 More Event
Both Greenfield and Keller moved to Los Angeles, California in 1966. … Read More


1970 33 Years Old Keller and Hildebrand also wrote Bobby Sherman's 1970 hit, "Easy Come, Easy Go". … Read More


1984 47 Years Old In 1984 he moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where he wrote songs recorded by leading country stars including Ernest Tubb, Crystal Gayle, Eddy Arnold, Loretta Lynn and Reba McIntire. … Read More


2005 68 Years Old Died on April 1, 2005.
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