|Birth name||Raymond Antonini|
|Born||January 20, 1922|
Bentleyville, Pennsylvania, United States
|Labels||Aero Space Records, Capitol|
|Associated acts||Frank Sinatra, Glenn Miller, Al Donahue, Jimmy Dorsey|
From 1953 to 1954 Anthony was the musical director of the television series TV's Top Tunes, and he also appeared as himself in the 1955 movie Daddy Long Legs.
Anthony's compositions include "Thunderbird", "The Bunny Hop", "Trumpet Boogie", "Big Band Boogie", and "Mr. Anthony's Boogie".
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Other websites[change | change source]
- Ray Anthony Interview NAMM Oral History Library (2008)
- The official Ray Anthony Webpage
- Ray Anthony biography at SwingMusic.net
- Ray Anthony biography at SpaceAgePop.com
- Ray Anthony on IMDb
- Ray Anthony at AllMovie