Michael Brown (born Michael Lookofsky in New York, April 25, 1949), is a Jewish American keyboardist-songwriter. The son of violinist and arranger Harry Lookofsky, he is best known as the principal songwriter for the 1960s baroque-pop outfit The Left Banke and for writing their two hits "Walk Away Renee" and "Pretty Ballerina"[1].

After internal band tensions saw Brown leave the Left Banke prior to the completion of their second record, he went on to become heavily involved in the band Montage[2]. Subsequently, he became involved with Stories and The Beckies.


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