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Robert White

Recorded October 26th, 1999 - 26 min

Robert White, the son of radio’s “Silver Masked Tenor,” Joseph M. White, talks about his father and his own radio career which includes performances on Coast-to-Coast on a Bus, The Singing Lady and The Fred Allen Show. He is a well-known and accomplished tenor who studied at the Juilliard School of Music and has performed extensively worldwide. He was born October 27, 1936 and was 62 at the time of our conversation in his home in New York City.

Robert White Audio Clips Collection

Did you enjoy the interview? Listen to Robert (Bobby) White in the following clips: 1. We The People - 1946: Dwight Wiest introduces Joseph M. White, also known as the "Silver Masked Tenor". Joseph White tells his son's story and Bobby then sings "Ah Sweet Mystery Of Life". 2. Fred Allen Show - 1948: With guest Bing Crosby. An unbilled Bobby White sings "Too Ra Loo Ra". 3. Fred Allen Show - 1940's: Shirley Booth as "Dotty Mahoney" and Bobby White sings "Carry Me Back To The Lone Prairie".