b. Louis Ferdinand Bush, 18 July 1910, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, d. 19 Sept 1979, Camarillo, California, USA. In his past due teens Busch started using the George Olsen and Hal Kemp rings (he fulfilled and wedded his initial wife, Janet Blair, when she was the vocalist in Kemp’s music group). In the 40s, Busch became the in-house manufacturer for Capitol Information and afterwards, the A&R guy. During this time period he also performed piano in the studio room bands that supported artists such as for example Peggy Lee and Jo Stafford. In the first 50s his orchestra was prominent on strikes by Margaret Whiting (who, after his divorce, became his second wife), and Kay Starr. In the 50s, using the ragtime revival completely flow, Busch released his self-penned ‘Ivory Rag’. Playing this form of music he documented prolifically beneath the name of Joe ‘Fingertips’ Carr (using the Carr-Hopps), and liked US chart achievement with ‘Down Yonder’ and ‘Portuguese Washerwoman’, both offering his honky tonk-style piano playing. His most well-known record, ‘Zambesi’ (a UK Best 3 strike in early 1956), was protected in 1982 with the Piranhas and reached amount 17 in the united kingdom graph. In the past due 50s Busch still left Capitol Information and began doing work for Warners Brothers Information as an A&R guy plus being a documenting performer. He was wiped out in an automobile crash in 1979.