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Eddie Delange

Eddie Delange

Real Name:Edgar DeLange
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American band leader and lyricist.

Born January 15, 1904, in Long Island City, Queens, New York; died July 15, 1949, in Los Angeles, California (age 45).

Became well known in the 1930s for his collaboration with Will Hudson in the Hudson-DeLange Orchestra, a collaboration that produced "Moonglow," one of the songs of the day.

He also worked with Jimmy Van Heusen producing a string of hits, and at one stage between 1937 and 1939, there was at least one DeLange song on radio's "Your Hit Parade." He then moved to Hollywood and wrote songs for a number of hit movies.

He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall Of Fame in 1989.

Sites:eddiedelange.com , songhall.org , Wikipedia , adp.library.ucsb.edu
In Groups:Eddie DeLange And His Orchestra, Hudson-DeLange Orchestra
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