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Bobby Sherwood ‎– Sixth Finger Tune / the Street of Tears Jubilee Records

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  Bobby Sherwood ‎– Sixth Finger Tune / the Street of Tears



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Bobby Sherwood ‎– Sixth Finger Tune / the Street of Tears

Label: Jubilee ‎– 5261

Format: 78 RPM Shellac

Released: 1956

Genre: Rock, Pop

A: Sixth Finger Tune

Charles Strouse


B: The Street of Tears

Rue Des Larmes


Orch. accompany. By Sid Bass

Robert J. Sherwood Jr. (May 30, 1914 – January 23, 1981), known professionally as Bobby Sherwood, was a guitarist, trumpeter, bandleader, and radio host. When he was twenty-two, he replaced Eddie Lang as the guitarist for Bing Crosby in 1933 and remained with Crosby until the early 1940s. He worked as a studio musician in Hollywood for MGM.

Beginning on October 2, 1940, he was the bandleader for Eddie Cantor's radio program on NBC. During the same year, he was a regular on the Hillman Hour program on KFWB in Los Angeles, California.