About Scott English
Scott English (born Scott David English, 10 January 1943, Brooklyn, New York) is an US-American singer, songwriter and record producer best known as the composer (with Richard Kerr) of "Brandy", which became a hit for Barry Manilow under the title "Mandy". English had a single release of "Brandy", making the charts in March, 1972. In 1964 English had a regional doo-wop hit called "High On a Hill", written by Frank Cariola and A. Mangravito. "High On a Hill" has consistently been voted an all-time top song on oldies radio stations in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania metro. Read more about Scott English on Last.fm.