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Renee Fladen-Kamm posing with her hand in her face and wearing a black shirt.

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3 August 1948 (age 72), New York City

Renée A. Fladen (born 3 August 1948, New York City) — known as Renée Fladen-Kamm — is an American singer and vocal coach. Among her recordings are those of medieval music as vocal director of the San Francisco based Sherwood Consort. She also worked on musical direction of theatrical works directed by Mary Devlin, another member of the Sherwood Consort.

Walk Away Renée - Left Banke cover by The Michael Patrick Band

Fladen is recorded as the inspiration of the Left Banke songs "Walk Away Renée" (1966), "Pretty Ballerina" (1966) and "She May Call You Up Tonight" (1967).

Renée Fladen Kamm happily singing and playing a guitar with her wavy hair and wearing a hat.

Fladen married Howard I. Kamm (born 1946) in 1967; the couple divorced in San Francisco in 1974.

Renée Fladen Kamm featured as the inspiration for the song Walk Away Renée by the band the Left Banke.


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