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Gerard Carelli

Trombonist/vocalist Gerard Carelli hails originally from NJ, but graduated from North Tx State University or college before relocating to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and touring within the Ray Charles Orchestra. He eventually resolved down in NEW YORK (where he will freelance music function, in addition to fronts a number of …

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Geraldo & His Orchestra

Gerald Walcan Bright was created in London, Britain on August 10 1904. A kid prodigy, he received education at London’s Royal Academy of Music and got into the work push playing piano and body organ in film theatres. At age 16 he went abroad, boarded the HMS Cameronia and sailed …

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Guy Mitchell

For some listeners, the name Man Mitchell evokes contempt — because the singer whose pop-styled addresses of “Singin’ the Blues” and “Knee Deep within the Blues” slice the legs out from under Marty Robbins’ country-styled original renditions. To others, Mitchell evokes the final amount of America’s innocence, the middle-’50s, when …

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Gertrude Niesen

Gertrude Niesen was a vocalist who achieved her very best successes, in music and in films, through the big-band period. Created in 1911 in NEW YORK, she was an all natural vocalist so when early as 1932, she was presented — beneath the name Gertrude Nessen — alongside Artie Shaw …

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Gus Kahn

Prolific American pop lyricist Gus Kahn is usually a member from the Songwriters’ Hall of Popularity due to his work with Broadway and Hollywood musicals through the entire 1920s and 1930s. Given birth to in Coblenz, Germany, on November 6, 1886, Kahn found the U.S. along with his parents in …

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George Wyle

Arranger, conductor, choreographer, and composer George Wyle generally made his lot of money in the wonderful world of tv, working mostly in variety shows; nevertheless, he’s most renowned for adding among the medium’s catchiest music along with his oft-referenced starting theme for Gilligan’s Isle. Wyle was created March 22, 1916, …

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Gerry Wiggins

A respected “music artists’ musician” type, Wiggins has led several classes of his own but made his reputation generally by accompanying feminine jazz-oriented singers, included in this Lena Horne, Kay Starr, Eartha Kitt, Helen Humes, Carmen McRae, Linda Hopkins, and Marilyn Monroe (with whom he done the film “Let’s Fall …

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George David Weiss

Songwriter George David Weiss was dynamic through the mid-’40s through the first ’60s and wrote such strikes seeing that “Oh, What It all Appeared to be” and “Can’t Help Falling in Like.” Given birth to in N.Con.C. in 1921, Weiss analyzed at Juilliard. In early stages in his music profession, …

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George Siravo

During his multi-decade stint being a Columbia Details staff arranger and conductor, George Siravo collaborated with a bunch of singers including Tony Bennett, Doris Day, and Rosemary Clooney, but he continues to be best appreciated for his use Frank Sinatra on a set of now-classic LPs that shepherded the crooner’s …

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Buddy Clark

Friend Clark was probably one of the most well-known male vocalists from the 1930s and ’40s, successful about radio, in films, and about record — had he lived longer, within the estimation of pop music scholar John P. Cooper, Clark will certainly have already been a rival to Perry Como …

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