|Date of Birth||26 August 1920, Mount Vernon, New York, USA|
|Date of Death||6 September 2001|
Mini Bio (1)
Songwriter, author, producer and publisher, the son of Fred Fisher and brother of Doris and Marvin Fisher. Following his high school education, he became a song plugger for his father's publishing firm, and later wrote special material for Billie Holiday, Mabel Mercer, Mildred Bailey and Hope Emerson. He produced he plays "A Lady in Danger", and "Springtime for Henry", and the road-company music for "You Can't Take It With You" and "A Second String". He owned and operated summer-stock theater companies, and owned and managed the Fred Fisher Music Company and Marvin Music Company. Joining ASCAP in 1953, he collaborated musically with Irene Higginbotham, Sammy Gallop and Ervin Drake. His popular-song compositions include "Good Morning Heartache", "No Pad to be Had", "I'm Reading Old Letters", "No Good Man", "Fritzie", "Mama, Put That Skillet On" and "My Love May End".
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