Ray Anthony is a veteran bandleader, trumpter, songwriter, and actor who became famous beginning in the late 1940s. His long string of mostly instrumental hits includes "Count Every Star" (1950, later also a hit for Donnie & The Dreamer), "At Last" (1952, later also a hit for Etta James), and the title themes to the TV shows, "Dragnet" (1953), and "Peter Gunn" (1959). With Frank Sinatra, he had a Top 20 hit in 1955 with "Melody Of Love."
Best known songs (with years) include:
Pop charts debut year: 1949
Years active: 1936 - present
Genres: Big band, jazz, swing
Labels: Capitol, Aero Space
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