Howard Hoagland Carmichael Edit Profile
Bachelor of Laws, Indiana U., 1926, Doctor of Music, 1972.
Composer, radio artist, recording artist. Writer for Broadway shows and moving pictures, television shows. Star of own radio program Columbia Broadcasting System.
Also television show Saturday Night Review, and Laramie. Played feature roles in films To Have and Have Not, Johnny Angel, Canyon Passage, Best Years of Our Lives, Night Song, Young Man with a Horn, 1950, Belles on Their Toes, 1952, Las Vegas Story, Timberjack.
Member A.S.C.A.P., Kappa Sigma, Theta Tau Alpha, Theta Nu Epsilon. Member Christian Church. Clubs: Thunderbird Country, La Costa Country.
Compositions include: Stardust, Rockin’ Chair, Lazybones, Little Old Lady, Washboard Blues, Skylark, Two Sleepy People, Blue Orchids, Georgia on My Mind (state song of Georgia), Ole Buttermilk Sky, Lazy River, Hongkong Blues, In the Cool, Cool, Cool of the Evening (Oscar award 1951), The Memories of You, I Get Along Without You Very Well, Small Fry.
Married Ruth Mary Meinardi, March 14, 1936.; married second, Dorothy Wanda McKay, June 20, 1977. Children: Hoagy Bix, Randy Bob.