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Joseph Lilley

(1913-1971) ~ Inducted 1993

Joseph J. Lilley, 1913-1971, a native of Providence, was the Musical Director for the famed Paramount Studios who later worked on some of Hollywood's greatest musical films including "White Christmas," "Paint your Wagon," and "Anything Goes." During a career which spanned the era of big bands, radio, and movies, while working for both CBS and NBC Radio, he was closely associated with such stars as Bing Crosby, Dinah Shore, Bob Hope, Danny Kaye and Kate Smith.


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