At the age of 97, Louise Tobin is embarking on a new career as the Chairperson of the Advisory Board and as an Artistic Consultant to Golden Digital Network. She began her singing career in 1932 and was the number one singer in the land while singing with The Benny Goodman Band. Her biggest hit with Goodman was “There’ll Be Some Changes Made,” which was number two on the Hit Parade in 1939-40 for 15 weeks. She had a long and successful career, and in 2008 she donated her extensive collection of original musical arrangements, press clippings, programs, recordings, playbills and photographs to create the Louise Tobin and Peanuts Hucko Jazz Collection at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Louise was celebrated with an honorary doctor’s degree from the University in 2011. [Read full bio]
Music restores the soul.
~Louise Tobin