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Bill Carey

Jazz and Pop
A.k.a. William D. Carey

Songwriter ("You've Changed", "Could 'Ja", "How Cute Can You Be"), actor, singer and author, educated at the High School of Commerce in San Francisco, California. He was a vocalist with dance orchestras, including Ted FioRito's band during the thirties, then a film and stage actor. He served in the US Army during World War II, and joined ASCAP in 1946. His other popular-song compositions include "The Day Isn't Long Enough", "Weep They Will", "The Sun Forgot to Shine This Morning", "When You Trim Your Christmas Tree", and "Did a Tear Fall?". Born 20 May 1916, Hollister, California, USA Died 27 January 2004, Laguna Beach, California, USA

  • Jazz
  • Pop
Popular Tracks   
Why Did You Hurt Me on Why Did You Hurt Me by Bill Carey
Won't Let You Go on Why Did You Hurt Me by Bill Carey

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Title Artist Year Type
Where Walks My True Love / Laughing BoyBill Carey1956Single
My Fate Is In Your HandsBill Carey1955Single
No No No / The Chuckwagon SongBill Carey1954Album
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