Richard Reicheg


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Richard Reicheg
Richard Reicheg (born May 26, 1937) is an American actor and songwriter best known as a cast member of the NBC television comedy series "Betty White's Off Their Rockers," as a popular singer-guitarist during the American folk music revival of the 1960's, and for the song "For The Sake Of The Children" that is featured in the Robert Altman film Nashville for which he received a Grammy nomination in 1975.

His songs have been recorded and performed by many top artists, including The Persuasions, Maria Muldaur, Gary Wright, and Jay and the Americans. His song "Everybody's a Masterpiece" was recorded by Three Dog Night. Reicheg's "Looking for an Echo" was recorded by Kenny Vance, The Persuasions on their album Chirpin', and by others. The song was also the musical theme of the Martin Davidson film of the same name. Film historian Jan Stewart has called Reicheg's song "For the Sake of the Children" an "ode to marital fidelity [that is] a delicious postmodern balancing act of send up and the real McCoy."

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