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Born in Newark, New Jersey, USA
Died in Marco Island, Florida, USA
Birth NameRichard Charles Krieg

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Songwriter ("May You Always", "Along the Navajo Trail"), composer, director and record executive, educated in high school and through private music study. He was program director for ABC Radio for ten years, and produced and directed the Paul Whiteman programs, and created other network shows, including "Town Hall Jazz Concerts", "Metropolitan Auditions of the Air", and "Sammy Kaye's Sunday Serenade". Since 1954, he had his own recording service. Joining ASCAP in 1942, his other popular-song compositions include "Mad About Him, Sad Without Him Blues", "Travelin' Blues", "A Nightingale Can Sing the Blues", "I Tipped My Hat and Slowly Rode Away", "It Takes a Long, Long Train", "Corns for My Country", "Man on the Carousel", "Serenade to Spring", "This Is My Song", "Dreamin'", "Dream Harbor", "April Fool", and "Casanova Cricket".

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