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[[Image:Lynn_Jerry_True_Sweetheart_Stories.png||thumb|right]]"The nation's top bandleader" according to ''Variety'', in the "Sheltered Love" story of romance comic book ''True Sweetheart Secrets'' #5 (December 1951).
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[[Image:Vic_Raymond_and_his_Royal_New_Yorkers_True_Sweeheart_Secrets.png|right]]"The nation's top bandleader" according to ''Variety'', in the "Sheltered Love" story of romance comic book ''True Sweetheart Secrets'' #5 (December 1951).
  
 
Talent director Sheila Sedgewick of Talent Unlimited sells them on small-town, unknown singer [[Don Morton]]. Raymond's impressed, and signs the kid, and even gives an advance. They get a terrific write up in ''Variety'',  and perform at the Hall of Music a few weeks later.
 
Talent director Sheila Sedgewick of Talent Unlimited sells them on small-town, unknown singer [[Don Morton]]. Raymond's impressed, and signs the kid, and even gives an advance. They get a terrific write up in ''Variety'',  and perform at the Hall of Music a few weeks later.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*[[Vic Raymond and his Royal New Yorkers]]
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*[[Don Morton]]
 
*[[Bob Dixon]]
 
*[[Bob Dixon]]
 
*[[Jerry Lynn]]
 
*[[Jerry Lynn]]

Latest revision as of 12:41, 4 May 2018

Vic Raymond and his Royal New Yorkers True Sweeheart Secrets.png

"The nation's top bandleader" according to Variety, in the "Sheltered Love" story of romance comic book True Sweetheart Secrets #5 (December 1951).

Talent director Sheila Sedgewick of Talent Unlimited sells them on small-town, unknown singer Don Morton. Raymond's impressed, and signs the kid, and even gives an advance. They get a terrific write up in Variety, and perform at the Hall of Music a few weeks later.

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