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Jack Haskell

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Группа в интернете: http://www.nytimes.com/1998/10/01/arts/jack-haskell-79-a-singer-and-tv-announcer.html

Дискография Jack Haskell:

# Название релиза Информация об aльбоме Купить альбом в iTunes Год издания Лейбл
1 Around The World / Away Out West 2 audio iTunes Thunderbird Records
2 The Love Theme From The Vikings (My Love Has Gone To Wander) 2 audio iTunes 1958 United Artists Records
3 Make Someone Happy 2 audio iTunes 1961 Strand Records (2)
4 This Time It's True Love 2 audio iTunes 1964 Columbia
5 Around The World 2 audio iTunes 1957 Thunderbird Records
6 Jack Haskell Swings For Jack Paar 10 audio iTunes Strand Records (2)
7 Harold Rome's Gallery 12 audio iTunes 1964

American Singer and TV Announcer. He was born in Akron, Ohio, and grew up in Cleveland. He performed with bands in the Chicago area during his college years, and after graduation he sang with Doris Day and the Les Brown Orchestra. He also performed in summer stock, singing in musicals like ''The Pajama Game,'' ''Brigadoon'' and ''Say, Darling,'' and in supper clubs like the Cotillion Room of the Pierre Hotel in New York. He appeared on Broadway in 1962 in ''Mr. President,'' an Irving Berlin musical that starred Nanette Fabray. He was an early member of the ''Garroway at Large'' show when it was based in Chicago and came to New York to join Garroway on the original NBC ''Today'' show. He also worked with Jack Paar, substituting for the announcer Hugh Downs on occasion, and was a guest and replacement for Ed McMahon on ''Tonight'' when Johnny Carson was host.

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