"Walk Away Renee" is a song made popular by the band The Left Banke in 1966, composed by the group's keyboard player Michael Brown. The song was also a chart hit for The Four Tops in 1968. Left Banke group photo The Left Banke was a 1960s pop-music group which produced two hit singles, Walk Away Renee and Pretty Ballerina. Often utilizing so-called baroque string arrangements, the bands music is best viewed as an imaginative response to the work of The Beatles, The Zombies... Michael Brown (born circa 1920 in Mexia, Texas) is a producer and writer of songs and books whose most-widely-known work might be several childrens books about Santa Mouse. ... The Four Tops circa 1966. ...
But fears are now growing that Renée, 36, is ready to walkaway from country singer Kenny Chesney, 37 whom she met at a Tsunami benefit in January after realising she has made the most horrendous mistake.
With her marriage barely four months old, Renée is said to have reached crisis point amid reports that her vision of a thoroughly modern relationship clashes badly with the traditional outlook of cowboy hat-wearing Chesney.
Kenny is keen for Renée to quit the fleshpots of louche Los Angeles to become the demure Mrs Chesney based in the rural backwaters of the Deep South.
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