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Sammy Cahn

One of the most diverse American lyricists from the 20th hundred years, Sammy Cahn wrote his initial hit by age 21 and followed it all with more than five years of successful and award-winning compositions. Functioning most regularly with Jule Styne through the ’40s and Jimmy Truck Heusen through the …

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Victor Young

American composer Victor Teen gave up an effective career being a concert violinist for well-known music, learning to be a main musical figure in the 1930s through the middle-’50s, writing many well-known music and scores for more than 300 Hollywood films. Teen was created on August 8, 1901, in Chicago …

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Michael Feinstein

Vocalist/pianist Michael Feinstein was both a perfect motivator and a beneficiary of the renewed curiosity about pre-rock popular music that were only available in the 1980s, a craze that also present Linda Ronstadt offering an incredible number of copies of albums of traditional pop made out of conductor Nelson Riddle …

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Les Paul

Les Paul had such a staggeringly huge impact over just how American popular music noises today that lots of tend to neglect his significant effect upon the jazz globe. Before his interest was diverted toward saving multi-layered strikes for the pop marketplace, he produced his name as an excellent jazz …

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Gene Kelly

Gene Kelly was never extremely popular as a vocalist, despite the fact that he did slice information and was observed in film roles where he sang — rather, it had been his function onscreen like a dancer, choreographer, and movie director that allowed him to exert an integral influence on …

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Fred Astaire

Dancer, acting professional, and vocalist Fred Astaire worked steadily in a variety of entertainment press during nine years from the 20th hundred years. One of the most celebrated dancer in the annals of film, with performances in 31 film musicals between 1933 and 1968 (and a particular Academy Award in …

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Helmut Lotti

A multi-million-selling musician worldwide, Helmut Lotti (given birth to Helmut Lotigiers on Oct 29, 1969) is really a Belgian vocalist/songwriter who was simply first moved by music at a age group upon hearing the tone of voice of 1 Elvis Presley. Learning to be a crooner in quite similar design …

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Willard Robison

A songwriter and occasional performer of his personal pastoral, semi-rural ballads, Willard Robison offered many standards towards the basic American pop repertoire, including “A Cottage on the market,” “Don’t Smoke cigarettes during intercourse,” “‘Tain’t Thus, Honey, ‘Tain’t Thus,” “Aged People,” and “Peaceful Valley” (the second option Paul Whiteman’s theme music). …

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Georges Guétary

b. Lambros Worloou, 8 Feb 1915, Alexandria, Egypt, d. 13 Sept 1997, Mougins (Alpes-Maritimes), France. A vocalist, dancer, range and revue designer for a lot more than 50 years, Guétary was the epitome of the wonderful and passionate Latin enthusiast. His boundless energy, great character and mischievous air flow endeared …

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Richard A. Whiting

Essential American pop and musicals composer Richard Whiting wrote hit tunes from the middle-’10s with the ’30s, when he centered on Hollywood. Created in 1891 in Peoria, IL, Whiting grew up inside a musical family members where both of the parents performed instruments. He went to an L.A. armed service …

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