Buddy Colette was born on August 6, 1921 in Los Angeles, California, United States. He is a famous Composer, author, songwriter, conductor and flutist. After college, led his own quintet in Los Angeles and joined the ASCAP in 1961 where his chief musical collaborator was Joe Greene. His famous hits includes, "Blue Sands", "Santa Monica", "Soft Touch", and "Room with Skies".
In 1950 he started his career in series, "You Bet Your Life" as an orchestra leader for its last season. Later in 1962 he was the musical director for the movie, "Trauma" directed by Robert M. Young and also composed its music as a composer. He also was the musician for saxophone in the movie, "Ethan" directed by Michael Du Pont and written by Lea Kim.
In 1956, he was the writer and performer for the music of the sh
ort musical, "Cool and Groovy" directed by Will Cowan. Also in he early, 1941 he acted as Clarinetist - One of the Delta Rhythm Boys in the movie, "You'll Never Get Rich" directed by Sidney Lanfield and scripted by Michael Fessier and Ernest Pagano. He has also composed music for the documentary "Today Is for the Championship", under direction of Dan E. Weisburd.
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