Sammy Fain


Born: 17 June 1902

Died: 06 December 1989

Years Active: 40, 50, 60, 70, 80

Genres: Vocal, Stage & Screen, Jazz

Styles: Cast Recordings, Cast Recordings, Film Music, Soundtracks, Traditional Pop, Vocal/Standards, Musical Theater

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Oscar-winning songwriter Sammy Fain wrote successful pop hits and show tunes for Broadway and Hollywood from the 1920s through the 1950s. Born in N.Y.C. on June 17, 1902, Fain went on to become a prolific composer of traditional pop tunes that were oft-covered by vocalists through the decades. The composer got his start when he penned a successful song shortly after getting a job with Jack Mills as a song-plugging pianist. This first hit was 1924's "Nobody Knows What a Red Head Mamma Can Do." Other hits that followed include "Wedding Bells (Are...


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Oliver Wallace, Sammy Fain, the Jud Conlon Chorus

Peter Pan: Classic Soundtrack Series (1953 Film)

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