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Fred E. Ahlert

Fred E. Ahlert
Born: Sep 19, 1892 in New York, NY
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Died: Oct 20, 1953 in New York, NY
Genre: Pop/Rock, Folk
Biography: Tin Pan Alley songwriter Fred E. Ahlert's most frequent writing partner was Roy Turk, with whom he wrote the 1928 hit "I'll Get By (As Long As I Have You)." The song was originally recorded by Ruth Etting and was later revived by Irene Dunn, who sang it in the 1943 movie A Guy Named Joe. Another tune ...Read full biography
Life Is a Song
Released: 1999
Label: ASV/Living Era
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Twenty-five of Fred Ahlert's greatest songwriting moments are collected on Life Is a Song: The Songs of Fred Ahlert. Though his songs were always performed by big stars, this is the only collection available ...Read full review
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