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  1. Empires' guitarist Marty Sanders (né Kupersmith) joined the group. He brought David Black (né Blatt) of "The Empires" in to take Traynor's place (after David first agreed to adopt the name Jay Black ), and Black sang lead for the rest of the group's major hits.

    • 1960–1973, 2006–present
    • Sandy Deanne, Marty Sanders, Jay Reincke
  2. 24. Okt. 2021 · Marty Kupersmith, who performs as Marty Sanders, had been in both groups with him before becoming one of the Americans; when Mr. Traynor left, he invited Mr. Black to replace him. Mr. Black...

  3. Außerdem war er musikalisch und auch in kleineren Rollen als Schauspieler im Filmgeschäft aktiv. Marty Sanders machte als Gitarrist und Songwriter weiter und war an Joan Jetts Millionenseller Bad Reputation (bekannt aus Shrek – Der tollkühne Held) und mit Sandy Deane am Text von Words von F. R. David beteiligt.

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  5. VR&PS: Marty Sanders (Jay & The Americans) interview on WFDU. 435 views. 1. Marty Kupersmith -aka- Marty Sanders of the hit making group Jay & The Americans was a guest on the 7/26/2015...

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    • GhostyTMRS
  6. www.jayandtheamericans.net › pages › bioJay and the Americans

    Although I remained in touch with band buddies Jay Traynor, Kenny Vance, and Marty Kupersmith, it was the dream of my oldest and best friend Sandy Yaguda that we try to reunite and take our name back. Through the years, we periodically met, performed locally, and even sang all together at a reunion concert when we were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall Of Fame in 2002..

  7. www.jayandtheamericans.net › pages › trilogy2Jay and the Americans

    In 1974 the group disbanded. To this day David still performs. Kenny has his own group, “ The Planotones” Marty still records and performs and is a successful songwriter, having written “Bad Reputation” with Joan Jett and “Words” with Sandy and F.R. David. Sandy directed “Beatlemania” on Broadway & in Los Angeles, became A&R ...