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Recordings by Tommy Dix

Tommy Dix singing "The Lord's Prayer" Click Here

Recorded off-the-air in 1944, this is a rare recording of Tommy Dix singing "The Lord's Prayer." His amazing voice comes through the static with strength and grace. He sang this song "for the boys overseas" during World War II. It is a large MP3 file. Please be patient while it loads.

Tommy Dix singing "Through the Years" Click Here

Tommy Dix sings "Through the Years" with the Morton Gould Orchestra. Recorded off-the-air in 1944, the announcer is Hugh James. Tommy was 20 years old when he performed this song. It is a large MP3 file. Please be patient while it loads.

Tommy Dix singing "Old Man River" Click Here

Performing with the Boca Pops in Boca Raton, Florida in 1984, Tommy jokes that's he is almost sixty-years-old but feels young living in Florida. His amazing voice brings wonder to this song from "Show Boat." It is a large MP3 file. Please be patient while it loads.

Tommy Dix singing "Buckle Down Winsocki" Click Here

The closing number in the M-G-M musical "Best Foot Forward" shows Tommy Dix singing the song for which he is most remembered.

 

Check back soon as we will be adding more rare recordings
of "The Voice That Amazed America."

 

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