Harry Warren

Harrey Warren was an American composer who worked behind the silver screen on film scores; winning three Oscars for the songs You’ll Never Know, Lullaby of Broadway and On the Atchinson, Topega and the Santa Fe. Harry Warren’s career spanned four decades and saw him pen over 800 songs, which have featured in more than 300 feature films. Other notable tracks include Jeepers Creepers, I’ve Got A Girl in Kalamazoo and Chattanooga Choo Choo, the latter of which became the first Gold-selling record in history.