Eddy Howard

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by Eddy Howard

Biography

12 September 1914, Woodland, California, USA, d. 23 May 1963, Palm Desert, California, USA. After attending San Jose State College and Stanford University Medical School, Howard sang on radio and worked with bands led by George Olsen, Tom Gerun and Ben Bernie, eventually becoming the resident crooner with the Dick Jurgens Orchestra in 1934. Howard spent nearly six years with Jurgens, and had hits with ‘My Last Goodbye’ and ‘Careless’, both his own compositions. In 1941,... Read more

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jazz
vocal jazz
traditional pop music
crooners
1950s
vocal
pop
oldies
50s
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