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During the 20s the band appeared in the Broadway musicals Love Birds, Greenwich Village Follies Of 1924, and Earl Carroll’s Vanities Of 1928, and the early movie musical The Big Broadcast Of 1932. Among his many record hits, from 1922 to 1939, were ‘Nola’ (his theme tune), ‘Teasin’’, ‘I’m Just Wild About Harry’, ‘I Want To Be Happy’, ‘Show Me The Way To Go Home’, ‘Always’, ‘Hello, Bluebird’, ‘My Angel (Angela Mia)’, and ‘There’s Honey On The Moon Tonight’. He and his band appeared at the Hippodrome in London but it was as a stalwart of radio and the plush hotel circuit in America that he was best noted. In 1941, he took the band into New York’s Hotel Taft where he remained for 25 years. From 1949, he appeared regularly on television. Among the well known musicians and vocalists who played and sang with the Lopez band at various stages of their careers were Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw and Xaviar Cugat, and Betty and Marion Hutton. Defying the radical changes that took place in popular music over the years, Lopez led his band into the 70s

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