Ned Doheny, a great songwriter.
Ned Doheny was born at Doheny Drive Beverly Hills, Los Angeles on March 26, 1948. After Dave Mason had recorded his song titled "On And On" in 1971, Ned made a contract with Asylum Records as the first contracted artist of the company and released his first album "Ned Doheny".
In 1976, He released his second album "Hard Candy" from CBS which included his song collaborated with Hamish Stuart of Average White Band titled "A Love Of Your Own" originally performed by Average White Band and featuring David Foster as a keyboard player and Tower of Power horn section.
Although his third album "Prone" recording had been finished in 1977, CBS did not release it in U.S.A. (In 1979 "Prone" was released only in Japan.) "Whatcha Gonna Do For Me" performed by Chaka Kahn is one of the his composition with Hamish Stuart of Average White Band in 80's. Since 1988, Ned releases several albums of his own constantly only in Japan.