Label: London Records - SP 44143 • Series: Phase 4 Stereo • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Rock, Pop • Style: Easy Listening
Ronnie Aldrich b. February 15, ; Love Theme From Airport - Ronnie Aldrich And His Two Pianos With The London Festival Orchestra - Her. September 30, was a classically-trained pianist and the leader of the popular British big band the Squadronaires; he also had several hit easy listening albums in the early '60s.
Aldrich began studing piano as a child, taking Crest - Various - The Lost Weekend at the Guildhall School of Music in London.
He began playing professionally in the early '40s, performing with the Folkestone Municipal Orchestra but his career was side-tracked by World War II. After the war, the Orchestra continued performing, only with the name the Squadronaires. Under Aldrich's direction, the Squadronaires became one of the most popular big bands in Britain. Aldrich stayed with the band untilwhen the group disbanded. After the Squadronaires broke up, he became the musical director of Thames Television.
Occasionally, Aldrich recorded an album or performed radio concerts, but he spent most of the next three decades behind the scenes. Sign Out. Sign In. Try It Now. Top Songs See All. April in Portugal. Ronnie Neal Morse - Lifeline and His Two Pianos The Christmas Song.
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