Ideal remembered for his jovial theme melody, “Derwin’s Melody”, Hal Derwin (or Derwyn), had his most significant success over the Western world Coast’s big music group picture of the1940s. As head from the Hal Derwin Orchestra, which he produced with previous Jan Garber and Glen Grey saxophonist Freddy Huge, he was agreed upon by Capitol and acquired a six calendar year residency on the Biltmore Dish in LA which was broadcast nightly over NBC Radio. Staying active being a vocalist and, periodic guitarist, before early-1950s, Derwin was highlighted on such strikes as Artie Shaw’s “That’s FOR ME PERSONALLY” and “Consider Me back again”, which he documented like a duet with Martha Tilton. Pursuing his retirement like a musician, Derwin worked well as an A&R guy for Capitol. He statements to have provided “dubbed-in” vocals for most films offering vocally impaired performers.