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William Richard Vaughn (April 12, 1919 – September 26, 1991) was an American singer, t, orchestra leader, and A&R man for Dot Records. Vaughn was born in Glasgow, Kentucky, where his father was a barber who loved music and inspired Billy to teach himself to play the mandolin at the age of three, while suffering from measles. He went on to learn a number of other instruments.
Vaughn was known as "Billy" from a very early age and began his musical career as a pianist in the Western Kentucky student group The Hilltoppers, who took their name from the local college basketball team. Vaughn was the songwriter of the foursome, performing along with lead singer Jimmy Sacca and harmonizers Donald McGuire and Seymour Spiegelman. Billy Vaughn And His Orchestra also released a number of recordings in their own right, mostly covering popular chart hits. In 1965 Vaughn's orchestra did a number of successful sell-out tours, encompassing Brazil, Korea and Japan. Vaughn died aged 72 of mesothelioma in 1991 at Palomar Hospital, Escondido, California.
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The Billy Vaughn Orchestra began touring in 1965 with numerous sell-out tours throughout Japan, Brazil, and South Korea. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Vaughn lived Palm Springs, California. Theme from a Summer Place is a studio album released by Billy Vaughn in 1960 on Dot LP record DLP 3276 (mono) 25276 (stereo). The album topped Billboard's album charts in 1960 for two weeks, and stayed in the charts for a total of 62 weeks.
Vaughn with Gale Storm on The Gale Storm Show in 1958. He and Storm collaborated to write a song, "You're My Baby Doll", which they performed on the show. Down Yonder" b/w "I'm Waitin'". Happy Cowboy" b/w "Broken Doll".
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