For versatile Bobby Troup -- musician, composer, jazz authority, recording artist, actor, Emmy Award
winner -- there's hardly a "first" left in show business to claim and conquer. His demanding role in
"Emergency!", Jack Webb's hour-long Universal Television series, marks Troup's debut in action-drama.
As a musician, Bobby Troup probably is best known as the composer of such hit songs as "Daddy".
"Baby, Baby All the Time", "Route 66" and "Girl Talk".
Or as the Emmy Award-winning host and narrator of ABC-TV's "Stars of Jazz".
Or as a supper club star whose intimate styling has drawn capacity audiences of jazz enthusiasts to
niteries in Las Vegas, New York City, San Francisco, Lake Tahoe and Hollywood's Sunset Strip.
Music is a Troup tradition that dates back to the turn of the century when Bobby's grandfather
established the J.H