|Born||in Worcester, Massachusetts, USA|
|Died||in Brooklyn, New York, USA|
Mini Bio (1)
Composer and pianist, educated at the New York Business School (she worked as a stenographer) and a music student of Kemper Harold and Frederic Hall. She was a concert pianist at fifteen and joined ASCAP in 1944. Her chief musical collaborators included Dan Fisher, and her popular-song compositions included "Good Morning, Heartache", "That Did It Marie", "Are You Livin' Old Man?", "No Good Man", "It's Mad Mad Mad", "A Knock on the Door", "This Will Make You Laugh", "No Sale", "Blue Violets", "Hello Suzanne", and "Harlem Stomp".
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