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Rudy Vallee (ebook)
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RUDY VALLEE by Doris Bickford-Swarthout
Known as "The Vagabond Lover" from the late 1920s through the decades of radio, movies, and stage successes, Rudy Vallee led a colorful life filled with enough excitement and controversy to inspire dozens of biographies.
His band, Rudy Vallée and the Connecticut Yankees, were early fixtures on national radio on The Fleischmann's Yeast Hour. His many hit records included "The Stein Song" (aka University of Maine fighting song) in 1929, "Vieni, Vieni" in the latter 1930s, "Life Is Just a Bowl of Cherries," and "The Drunkard Song," popularly known as "There Is a Tavern in the Town."
Approximately 488 pages. Illustrated with hundreds of photos, many published for the first time.
Doris Bickford-Swarthout is the author of numerous articles and four books, including:
Mary Hallock Foote, Pioneer Woman Illustrator, The Best of Times 1870-1915, and An Age of Flowers.