Marvin Hamlisch (1974)
The late great composer of A Chorus Line was a Broadway and Hollywood legend — just last year, Barbra Streisand gave him a memorial tribute at the Oscars, singing "The Way We Were." And he was bloody brilliant on The Nanny. But he wasn't a pop performer — he just had a fluke hit from his soundtrack for The Sting, an adaptation of Scott Joplin's 1902 ragtime standard, "The Entertainer." So this has to be one of the ditziest BNA picks ever. They probably figured he was less scary than Bad Company. A shame Bad Company never covered "Dance Ten, Looks Three."