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Vincent Lopez (I) (1895–1975)

Sadly little known and under-appreciated today, Brooklyn-born Lopez was already leading his own band by age 22 and was one of the first well-known band leaders to emerge in the 1920's, thanks to his exposure on the new medium of radio. In his day, he was as widely known as 'Paul Whiteman'; the both of them among the first to keenly utilize radio ... See full bio »

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Known For

Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra
Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra Himself - Vincent Lopez - Bandleader
I Don't Want to Make History
I Don't Want to Make History Himself - Orchestra Leader / Pianist
Beyond the Blue Horizon
Beyond the Blue Horizon Himself / Orchestra Leader
All at Sea
All at Sea Himself - Orchestra Leader


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 1941 Jitterbug Senorita (Short)
And his Orchestra
 1939 Three Kings and a Queen (Short)
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 1938 Queens of the Air (Short)
Vincent Lopez
 1934 Vincent Lopez and His Orchestra (Short)
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 1928 The Home Girl (Short)
Vincent Lopez - Orchestra Leader
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Personal Details

Other Works:

Earl Carroll's Vanities (1928). Musical revue. Lyrics by Grace Henry. Music by Morris Hamilton. Based on material by W.C. Fields, Paul Gerard Smith, Joe Frisco, Robert T. Tarrant and Herman Meyer. Additional music by George Bagby, G. Romilli, Michael H. Cleary, George Whiting, Louis Alter, Mario Savino, Jesse Greer, Ernie ... See more »

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Personal Quote:

[on changing trends in music] It's already beginning. The accentuated rhythm of rock n' roll is the foundation. Now we're getting all kinds of crazy beats. It's still floundering but it will unfold. We'll begin to see this new music in 1966.


He was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Radio at 6609 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California. See more »


"Lopez speaking." - his traditional opening statement See more »

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