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Hal Grayson

b. 1908, USA, d. 1959, Hollywood, LA, California, USA. Purveyors of ‘nice’ big music group dance sounds, culture group the Hal Grayson Orchestra created in 1932 in California, USA. Grayson was supported by sidemen who at onetime included a Stan Kenton, with vocalists Betty Grable, Martha Tilton and Shirley Ross. Aswell as wedding ceremonies and features the group embarked on main trips of the period’s most well-known ballroom venues, like the Jantzen Seaside Resort in Portland, the St. Francis and Ambassador Resorts in California as well as the Avalan Resort in Catalinia. Throughout their 12-season existence, which finished in 1944, in addition they secured dates on the Waldorf-Astoria in NY and made an appearance in a small number of Warner Brothers films. Following the end from the music group Grayson remained mixed up in music industry in a number of jobs, but never came back to music group leading. He experienced a nervous break down in the first 50s, and was hospitalised on the Camarillo State Medical center until 1958.

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