Here is yet another request for Bob Haring, one of my personal favorite bandleaders. Although very prolific, he was very discreet, working away from the footlight. Finally I found a short biography, which I gladly include here. Bob Haring was born in Montclair, New Jersey on August 21, 1896.He attended both the University of Washington and the Seattle Conservatory of Music. He made his first recording as a bandleader for the Cameo label in 1922, and continued to record through 1931. He recorded under many different names, including the Lincoln Dance Orchestra, the Cameo Dance Orchestra, The Caroliners, the Colonial Club Orchestra, the Society Night Club Orchestra, the Dixie Daisies, The Detroiters, The Georgians and The Chicagoans. He worked as a radio conductor in the thirties, including a short job in 1936 on the Lucky Strike Hit Parade. He got away from performing in the late thirties, and eventually became musical editor at a publishing company. He was a composer as well as a bandleader, having written Dawn of Tomorrow; Concerto for Two; Fanny Tinkle and My Midnight Star. The present recording was made in 1929. The excellent vocal is by Harold "Scrappy" Lambert.