Michael Fennelly hitchhiked to Los Angeles at the tender age of 17, performing in clubs and kicking off his music career.  Fennelly gained most of his popularity in 1969 when he became the lead singer of a band known as “Stonehenge,” who would eventually change their name to Crabby Appleton.

Although Fennelly’s solo career didn’t last through the 70s, the music he creative between his two solo albums was great.  Listen to Sam Talkington explain the brief history of Michael Fennelly’s career, and find out where you might be able to find one of his albums now.