Jack Sperling (Music Department) Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki ,Net worth More
June 14, 20210
Jack Sperling is an American Nationality Musician he was born in the united state of American on 17 August 1922 .however if you want to know his Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki, Net worth More then you must read this article till the end.
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Sperling was among the studio musicians who accompanied Henry Mancini on the televisions shows Peter Gunn. He recorded with Mancini on the film soundtracks Charade (1963) and Days of Wine and Roses (1962). Sperling was the featured solo drummer on the theme song for the TV show Hogan's Heroes. From 1959–1972, he was under contract with the NBC Orchestra. This meant working for The Tonight Show Band, Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, and TV variety shows hosted by Bob Hope, Dean Martin, and Andy Williams.
He is known for his work on Les Brown and His Band of Renown (1949), The Bob Hope Thanksgiving Special (1964) and Peter Gunn (1958).
In 1941 he played with trumpeter Bunny Berigan. After World War II, he and Henry Mancini joined the Glenn Miller band when it was led by Tex Beneke. Sperling drew attention with his performance on the song St. Louis Blues (1948). He then joined Les Brown and His Band of Renown, which played regularly for the Bob Hope radio program. Sperling and other members of Brown's band joined Dave Pell's octet in 1953. He recorded with octet on Plays Irving Berlin (1953) and on The Original Reunion of the Glenn Miller Orchestra (1954). From 1954–57, he was a member of Bob Crosby's Bobcats. During the rest of his career, her worked in bands led by Charlie Barnet, Page Cavanaugh, Pete Fountain, and Benny Goodma
Jack Sperling was born on August 17, 1922 in Trenton, New Jersey, USA.