Kenny Everett (b Maurice Cole)
25th December 1944 – 4th April 1995

Kenny was the UK's most talented and innovative DJ. His Kenny and Cash Show, with Dave Cash,
was right at the beginning of his radio career, yet already his talent shone like a beacon.
The Kenny and Cash Show ran on Radio London for only a few brief months in 1965, but has never been forgotten. In 2013, Random House, the publishers of the authorised biography 'Hello Darlings' launched a website dedicated to his creative genius.

(updated 2014) News clippings from 1968 and later, when Ken returned to BBC TV and radio
Chris Payne's long-lost audio recording of Kenny appearing on Thames TV's 'Good Afternoon'
Richard Porter, editor of 'Off the Beatle Track' magazine and website, interviewed Kenny about his associations with the Fab Four.
Dave Cash, Jon Myer and Peter Young, who all worked with Kenny, add their personal memories.
Our first tribute page, dated 2000
Kenny and Cash and the Knees Club