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  5. Arthur Tracy (25 June 1899 – 5 October 1997) was an American vocalist, billed as The Street Singer. His performances in theatre, films and radio,…

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  14. Carroll Gibbons (January 4, 1903 - May 10, 1954) was a British (but American-born) musician, bandleader and composer. He was born and raised in…

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