Bandleader Roger Wolfe Kahn was born October 19, 1907 in Morristown, NJ; the son of multi-millionaire Otto Kahn, he began playing the violin at age seven, and over the course of his life mastered well over a dozen instruments. In 1923 he formed his first orchestra, playing only the most exclusive New York venues during the decade to follow; with his family's enormous wealth to back him, Kahn was able to recruit the finest musicians, and his aptly-named Million Dollar Band variously employed the likes of Joe Venuti, Eddie Lang, Artie Shaw, Jack Teagarden and Gene Krupa. After recording a series of dates for the Victor label between 1925 and 1932, in 1935 Kahn's interest turned away from music to aviation, and he later worked as a test pilot; he died in New York City on July 12, 1962. ~ Jason Ankeny, Rovi

Roger Wolfe Kahn
1928 HITS ARCHIVE: Crazy Rhythm - Roger Wolfe Kahn (Franklyn Baur, vocal)
1930 Roger Wolfe Kahn - Exactly Like You (Scrappy Lambert, vocal)
1932 Roger Wolfe Kahn - I Can’t Believe It’s True (The Kahn-a-Sirs, vocal)
1927 Roger Wolfe Kahn - I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me (78 single version)
HOT!!! Roger Wolfe Kahn - Following You Around, 1927
Roger Wolfe Kahn & His Orch - Where The Wild, Wild Flowers Grow (HOT!!)
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