The Billy Vaughn Singers - This Is My Song album
William Richard Vaughn (April 12, 1919 – September 26, 1991) was an American singer, t, orchestra leader, and A&R man for Dot Records. Vaughn was born in Glasgow, Kentucky, where his father was a barber who loved music and inspired Billy to teach himself to play the mandolin at the age of three, while suffering from measles. He went on to learn a number of other instruments.
Billy Vaughn 25-11-2016. Poor People of Paris. The Best Of Billy Vaughn (September Song Collection).
Billy Vaughn was the original A&R men, along with Randy Wood at Dot Records. He helped bring DOT Records into the national spotlight by producing all of Pat Boone, Gale Storm, The Hilltoppers and almost everyone that recorded for the label. This selection of his greatest hits includes "Sail Along Silvery Moon" which is a true classic. Virtually every selection on this package brings back a wealth of classic memories. If you love the classic pop sounds of the 50's this "Best Of" should be high on your list.
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Sheet Music and Tabs for Billy Vaughn. Richard "Billy" Vaughn was a singer, t and orchestra leader. He was born in Glasgow, Kentucky, where his father was a barber who loved music and inspired Billy to teach himself to play the mandolin at age 3, while suffering a case of the measles. In 1941, Vaughn joined the United States National Guard for what had been planned as a one-year assignment, but when World War II broke out, he was sent abroad till the war ended in 1945.
Title: This Is My Song
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