|Also Known As: ||
||January 5, 1997
||February 2, 1912
||Cause of Death:
||New York City, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
Signed with Irving Berlin's music publishing company
Teamed with lyricist Howard Dietz for the Broadway revue "Three's A Crowd"
Last Broadway production "Carmelina"
First movie credit "Everything I Have Is Yours"
First show where he wrote complete score "Hold On To Your Hats"
Musical career began at the age of 15 under the employment of Remick Music as Tin Pan Alley song plugger
Teamed with E.Y. "Yip" Harburg for the musical "Finan's Rainbow"
Collaborated with Michael Feinstein on two albums in the early 1990s and accompanied him on piano