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Garry Stevens

b. 21 Oct 1916, LA, California, USA. A fantastic band singer through the 40s, early in his profession Stevens worked like a trumpeter-vocalist with numerous bands on the united states east coastline, and spent a while with combos led by Paul Kain and Don Bestor. In the past due 30s he became an employee musician-singer on radio in Washington, DC, before becoming a member of Charlie Spivak’s clothing as vocalist in past due 1941. He remained with Spivak until 1943, and sang on many of his strike information, including ‘This IS NOT ANY Laughing Matter’, ‘My Devotion’, ‘I Remaining My Heart IN THE Stage Door Canteen’ and ‘White Xmas’. The Stardusters vocal group, offering one of the better girl band performers, June Hutton, was using the band at exactly the same time. After armed forces service in Globe Battle II, Stevens became a member of Tex Beneke’s Glenn Miller Orchestra in the past due 40s, and sang on two of the music group’s successful edges, ‘Anniversary Tune’ and ‘As Long As I’m Fantasizing’ in 1947. His various other information included ‘But Gorgeous’, ‘Beyond The Ocean’ and ‘Poinciana’ (with Beneke), ‘At Last’, and ‘It’s Therefore Peaceful WITHIN THE Nation’ (with Spivak).

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