Minnie Kahn

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Folk singer managed by agent Barry Golden from the 1980 show biz novel The Boys in the Mail Room by Iris Rainer. She wins a Grammy for best female vocalist, beating out Lita Collins.

"If I tell them to, they will." That was true. Golden did have that kind of power. Now. He was big. One of his female stars, a folk singer named Minnie Kahn, wrote and recorded a hit song called "Brooklyn Boy," and it was the story of Golden's life. Everyone in the business knew him. He was a kind of a star in his own right.

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