Blue Barron led probably one of the most popular nice rings of the golf swing period, forging a two-decade profession built upon his orchestra’s credo, “music of last night now, styled the Blue Barron method.” Given birth to Harry Friedland in Cleveland on March 22, 1911, he performed violin inside a campus music group while going to Ohio State University or college but 1st pursued a profession in music administration, not performing. Following a short stint handling the youthful Sammy Kaye, Friedland transformed training course in 1936, implementing the moniker Blue Barron and founding his very own big music group. Favoring a slick, brassy audio that prompted some critics to lump them along with the so-called “Mickey Mouse rings,” Barron’s orchestra was even so enormously favored by audiences. Based on Russ Carlyle, the group’s initial highlighted vocalist, “We presented a tune by singing a vintage song that acquired something regarding the quantity we were likely to play,” therefore the “music of last night now” motto. Following achievement of its 1938 RCA strike “In a Perfume Counter-top,” the Barron music group became a fresh York ballroom mainstay and spent a lot of the 1940s headlining the Edison Resort, head office of its coast-to-coast radio broadcasts. Within the wake of reducing the orchestra’s strike theme tune, “Occasionally I’m Happy,” Carlyle exited in 1941, producing method for vocalist Clyde Burke. Immediately after, Barron was drafted to serve using the U.S. Military Airborne Department during World Battle II, naming vocalist Tommy Ryan to presume bandleader responsibilities until his come back. Following Barron’s come back from responsibility, in 1949 he obtained his biggest strike using the chart-topping “Cruisin’ Down the River.” Nevertheless, the big-band period was right now drawing to some close, although he held the orchestra afloat until 1956. Following a following career in property management, Barron passed away in Baltimore on July 16, 2005; he was 91.
|1||Self-deprecating leader of a 12-piece orchestra, identified with the 'cornball' or 'mickey mouse' style of music. Barron was most popular on the East Coast, the Midwest and the Southwest. His tag line was "Music of Yesterday and Today - Styled the Blue Barron Way". He reached his peak with a 1949 hit song, "Cruising Down the River". His recording affiliations were with MGM and Bluebird. The band's theme song was "Sometimes I'm Happy". His best known vocalist was Russ Carlyle, who later became a band leader in his own right.|
|2||He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 1724 Vine Street in Hollywood, California.|
|Nothing But Trouble||1991||performer: "Garden In The Rain"|
|Blue Barron and His Orchestra||1952||Short||Himself - Orchestra Leader|
|Blue Barron and His Orchestra||1940||Short||Himself (orchestra leader)|
|Blue Barron and His Orchestra||1939||Short||Himself - Orchestra Leader|
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