(performer: "Show Me The Way To Go Home")
(performer: "The Yellow Rose of Texas")
(performer: "Jingle Bells")
(performer: "Carolina in the Morning" (1922), "Happy Days Are Here Again" (1929))
(performer: "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon")
The Way It Was
(TV Series) (performer: "Happy Days Are Here Again" - uncredited)
Single (as Mitch Miller and the Singalong Gang): "Dear World" / "One Person" (Diamond Records)
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Did You Know?
[When asked his opinion, in the early 1960s, of rock music] It's not a music, it's a disease.
First at Mercury Records in the late 40s, first on the classical side, later with popular music, by becoming A&R (artists and repertoire) director, a small label that he turned into a major force in the recording industry. At Mercury, Miller nurtured the careers of singers Vic Damone, Patti Page and Frankie Laine. He also played oboe on the jazz impresario producer Norman Granz's, (who had ...