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Tommy Ambrose

Tommy Ambrose initial appeared on CBC-TV’s Cross-Canada Strike Parade in 1956. He strike the street and sung for 3 years, and in 1959, he received his very own variety present, The Tommy Ambrose Present. His first strike, “The Magic of You,” made an appearance that same season on Sparton. His present went for four years, and Ambrose begun to focus on studio room work. The middle-’70s produced a country strike, “Our Summer Tune,” and a gospel music series on CBC, Special event. With Doug Riley’s jazz music group, he recorded Lovely Moments and Ambrose finally. He currently functions as a industrial jingle singer.

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