|Date of Birth||3 July 1911, Dallas, Texas, USA|
|Date of Death||January1985, Henderson, Nevada, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Songwriter, composer ("I've Got It Bad", "Johnny Guitar", "My Restless Lover", "Jacqueline"), author, conductor, pianist and arranger, educated at Southern Methodist University. He studied music with his father, and with Tibor Serly. He was pianist and arranger for Fred Waring and the Pennsylvanians, and also wrote musical revues for Dallas Little Theatres, later touring Europe with the Paul Whiteman Rhythm Boys. He scored films in London, and was staff composer for Radio City Music Hall in New York. His stage scores include "Dr. Willy Nilly" and "The Long Dream". He conducted the orchestra for Broadway musicals such as "The Seven Lively Arts", "Kiss Me, Kate", "Fanny", "Kean" and "The King and I". He joined ASCAP in 1954.
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