Dorough gave us "Three is a Magic Number," the song that
inspired Tom Yohe to draw, Rad Stone to suggest an educational series
and Mike Eisner and Chuck Jones to put it on the ABC Television Network.
Bobby has been our Music Director since day one and has produced every
single recording session we've done.
More importantly, he recruited Dave Frishberg, Jack Sheldon and
Blossom Dearie for our series. He wrote great charts for Lynn Ahrens before
she became an accomplished Broadway composer-lyricist. And propped me up when
I decided to unpack my adjectives and compose songs about bones and electoral
colleges. He's even gracious enough to give me credit for the concept of a
Conjunction Junction, though I could never have written anything as brilliant
as his song that's known to millions
now as our biggest "hit."
Yes, Bob is still gigging and making audiences smile and nod appreciatively
as he sings his (and our) music. Yes, Bob is still gigging and making audiences
smile and nod appreciatively as he sings his (and our) music. In 2002 Bob and
his trio (Steve Berger, guitar and Pat O'Leary, bass) were sent on a "Jazz
Ambassadors" tour of South America by the U.S. State Department. Unfortunately,
there's no record of how Lolly, Lolly, Lolly did on the pan American
you're smart you'll go to his website and get yourself on his mailing list.
You don't want to miss the chance to see Bob in person.
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