Folksinger and professional Josh Light Jr. happily upheld the musical custom started by his dad, the renowned bluesman and cultural activist Josh Light. Delivered November 30, 1940 in NEW YORK, he produced his executing debut at age four, showing up alongside his father at ny nightclub Cafe Culture; for near two decades, dad and son frequently distributed the stage, regularly co-starring collectively on Broadway aswell — for 1949’s How Very long Til Summer?, younger White colored even earned a particular Tony Award mainly because Best Child Acting professional. He produced his single debut in 1956 using the Decca launch “See Noticed,” co-written by Marvin Hamlisch (White’s classmate in the Professional Children’s College along with Elliott Gould, Sandra Dee, Leslie Uggams, and Christopher Walken); as the folk revival blossomed, he progressively switched his energies from performing to music, mounting a full-fledged single career using the minimal 1962 strike “Perform You Close Your Eye.” A favorite attraction in the campus circuit, Light toured regularly through the entire years to check out, documenting albums including 1967’s The Josh Light Jr. Record, 1968’s One Stage Further, and a 1978 self-titled work for Vanguard. In 1979, he headlined the PBS concert particular Ramblin’ with Josh Light Jr., and in 1983 starred within a theatrical biography of his dad, JOSH: THE PERSON and His Music. Light Jr. once again celebrated Light Sr.’s music with 1987’s Grammy-nominated instrumental record Jazz, Ballads and Blues. A children’s record, My Favorite Gadget, implemented in 1994, and five years afterwards he came back with In Tribute to Josh Light: House from the Increasing Boy. Cortelia Clark was released on Silverwolf in 2000, and Light continued launching albums in the label through the ensuing 10 years, including Delicate Stability (2006), All of the Kids (with Ron Coden, 2007), By Demand (2009), and Tuning for the Blues (2010).