BiographyEl Paso, Texas, USA
Composer, conductor, trumpeter and author Leonard Sues began conducting at age five. By age six-1/2 he began touring Publix vaudeville venues as a conductor and trumpeter. He was an actor in Broadway plays and films, and conducted Eddie Cantor radio programs over a three-year period and programs for Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson, and for Milton Berle (with whom he worked for twenty years as a musical director and performer) and Mickey Rooney. He joined ASCAP in 1963 and wrote the Broadway stage score for "Brooklyn Bridge". Read more... Cat" and "Boip! Boip!".