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As a very popular bandleader in the s and s, Carle was nicknamed "The Wizard of the Keyboard ". Carle was born It Must Be True - Frankie Carle - A Carle-Load Of Hits Providence, Rhode Islandon March 25, Ina teenage Carle began working with his uncle's band as well as a number of local bands in the Rhode Island area. To gain further popularity in an America which still held prejudices against many Italian AmericansCarle did what many singers, such as Dean Martin and Jerry Valedid during this time period; he changed his name from Carlone to Carle.
Carle started out working with a number of mainstream dance bands. Inhe played with Mal Hallett and his orchestra. He later became co-leader of the band.
When his daughter, Marjorie Hughessang with his band, he did not reveal their relationship until Walter Winchell published it. From the s until the It Must Be True - Frankie Carle - A Carle-Load Of Hits , Carle performed as a single artist and maintained a close following of loyal fans. War Department. He introduced V-Disc No. War Department in July, as No. Carle had early exposure on radio as pianist for The Four Belles singing group in transcribed programs distributed by the World Broadcasting System.
Carle's music was known for being light because of his buoyant touch; this resulted in romantic, danceable melodies which were very popular. Carle died of natural causes in Mesa, Arizonaina few weeks shy of his 98th birthday and is buried at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Hollywood Hills. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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