Louis St. Louis
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Louis St. Louis is an American songwriter, music arranger and singer, famous for songs written for Grease, particularly the song "Sandy" (co-written with Scott Simon), which was a hit for John Travolta and performing "Rock 'n' Roll Party Queen" and "Mooning" (songs originally from the musical, where they were sung by a character named Roger that was cut from the film) with Cindy Bullens on the soundtrack.
- Soon (1971) - vocal arrangements/music director
- The Wild Party (1975) - additional music for Nadine's dance
- Truckload (1975) - composer
- Grease (1978) - creative music consultant and music adapter
- Song composer "Sandy"
- Song performer: "Mooning" and "Rock 'n' Roll Party Queen"
- The Fan (1981) - additional show songs
- Grease 2 (1982) - composer
- All the Right Moves (1983) - composer (song "Hold Me Close To You")
- Ironweed (1987) - as Piano Man
- Smokey Joe's Cafe (1995) - composer, arranged songs
- Jesus Christ Superstar (2008) - arranger
- Grein, Paul (3 April 1982). "Getting Grease 2 rolling is new musical challenge". Billboard. Vol. 94 no. 13. p. 4. ISSN 0006-2510.