- 64% match to Dick Todd
Richard Benjamin Haymes, 13 September 1916, Buenos Aires, Argentina, d. 28 March 1980, Los Angeles, California, USA. One of the outstanding ballad singers to emerge from the swing era of the late 30s/early 40s, with a deep, warm baritone voice and a straightforward style similar to Bob Manning, another singer who was popular in the 50s. Son of a Scottish father, and an Irish
14 November 1915, Corpus Christi, Texas, USA, d. 8 December 2006, Brentwood, California, USA. The Liltin Miss Tilton, as she was often introduced by radio announcers, spent much of her early life in and around Los Angeles, appearing on local radio during the mid-30s. She sang with various bands including Jimmy Dorsey in 1936, then appeared with a vocal grou
- 60% match to Dick Todd
14 October 1908, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA. d. 27 June 1992, New York, USA. A popular, romantic tenor star in movies in the late 30s and early 40s, Jones studied singing in Paris, before returning to the USA and working in provincial operettas. He appeared on Broadway in Roberta (1933) and the 1934 revival of Bitter Sweet before gaining a part in the film Reckless (1935).
- 37% match to Dick Todd
Albert Alick Bowlly, 7 January 1899, Lourenco Marques (now Maputo), Mozambique, d. 17 April 1941, London, England. Son of a Greek father and Lebanese mother, Bowlly was brought up in Johannesburg, South Africa. After studying the banjo and guitar, he joined Edgar Adelers band in 1923 and toured South Africa and India before moving to Calcutta and Singapore as featured