Bob Crewe


Bob Crewe (November 12, 1930 - September 11, 2014) was a highly acclaimed singer, songwriter, dancer, manager, and producer who worked with The 4 Seasons and penned such oldies classics as "Silhouettes" as made famous by The Rays and The Diamonds. As a performing artist, Crewe is best known for the breezy era-defining instrumental smash, "Music To Watch Girls By" (1966).

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Whiffenpoof Song (1960)
  • Music To Watch Girls By (1966)
  • Birds Of Britain (1967)
  • Street Talk (1976)

Pop charts debut year: 1960

Years active: ca. 1950s - ca. early 2010s

Genres: Pop, rock

Labels: Warwick, DynoVoice, 20th Century


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