Album · 1962 · 12 Songs. Our Anniversary of Love.
Robert E. Braun (April 20, 1929 – January 15, 2001) was a local television and radio personality in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born in Ludlow, Kentucky. He was best known for The Bob Braun Show, which he hosted from 1967 to 1984 on the daytime schedule five days a week. Originating at WLWT, the 90-minute show originally was syndicated to three other cities in the Midwest.
Bob Braun - Слушайте Bob Braun на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. Автор: Sandy Baron - Fred Weismantel, Композиторы: Sandy Baron - Fred Weismantel. 07. When I Fall in Love.
The follow-up, "Our Anniversary of Love," failed to crack the Hot 100, however, and while he later recorded for labels including United Artists and Audio Fidelity, his career as a crooner was essentially a sideline to his other professional pursuits. When host Ruth Lyons exited her legendary WLWT radio program The 50-50 Club in 1967, Braun - a regular contributor to the show and frequent fill-in host - was named her successor: The Bob Braun Show, a syndicated 90-minute daily broadcast, attracted a fiercely loyal following across the heartland as well as special guests including Bob Hope, Lucille. Its mix of celebrity interviews, live musical performances, and news established The Bob Braun Show as the Midwest's top-rated infotainment series throughout much of its 17-year run - however, in 1984 Braun relocated to California, starring in commercials and landing small film roles.
Bob Braun, Category: Artist, Biography: Best known throughout the Midwest for his long-running and much-celebrated syndicated radio showcase, Bob Braun also enjoyed a brief moment of national success in 1962 when his lone pop hit, "Till Death Do Us Part," entered the Top 4. Monthly Listeners: 39, Where People Listen: Quezon City, Makati City, Mandaluyong City, Manila, Talisay City. This browser doesn't support this site Web Player. Switch browsers or download this site for your desktop.
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Bob Braun begins his 11th anniversary as host of this program with lots of clips from the previous decade including interviews with Dick Clark and Bob Hope. A special new 30-minute night time version of the show will be presented this evening as Braun concludes his tenth anniversary as host.