Frank DeVol


Frank DeVol (September 20, 1911 - October 27, 1999) was a highly acclaimed and veteran bandleader, composer, and arranger who became famous as a performing artist during the early 1950s. He is best known for the 1950 instrumental smashes, "I Said My Pajamas (And Put On My Pray'rs)" and "Dream Awhile." His numerous works include several Oscar-nominated film scores and the themes to TV's "The Brady Bunch ," "Family Affair," and "My Three Sons."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Dream Awhile (1950)
  • I Said My Pajamas (And Put On My Pray'rs) (1950)
  • La Montana (1960)

Pop charts debut year: 1950

Years active: 1923-1999

Genres: Traditional pop, film scores, TV music themes

Labels: Capitol, Columbia


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