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Tom Waring (IV) (1902–1960)

Composer, songwriter, author, and pianist and singer in the orchestra led by his brother Fred Waring. He was educated at Penn State University, and was a soloist in the Cummberland MD Glee Club and the Penn State Glee Club. He sang on radio and in films and concerts. Joining ASCAP in 1935, his popular-song compositions include "So Beats My Heart ... See full bio »
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 2015 Fallout 4 (Video Game) (writer: "Way Back Home")
 2008 Fallout 3 (Video Game) (writer: "Way Back Home")
 1960 Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall (TV Series) (writer - 1 episode)
- Episode #13.10 (1960) ... (writer: "Way Back Home" - uncredited)
 1937 Varsity Show (music: "I'm Dependable" (1937)) / (writer: "Give Us a Drink" (1937) - uncredited)
 1930 A Movietone Divertissement (Short) (performer: "The Wealthiest Man in the World" - uncredited)
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 1929 Syncopation
Tom Waring - Pennsylvanians Pianist (uncredited)
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 1949 The Fred Waring Show (TV Series) (composer: theme "Sleep")
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 1930 A Movietone Divertissement (Short)
 1929 Tom Waring (Short)

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