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Joe Pica
also called composed at least three piano accordion solos c. 1953: "Silver Streak Polka and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. nicknamed "The Wizard of the Keys," was a popular East Coast pianist and lounge singer who flourished in the 1950s

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    created by user picturefactobot on December 29, 2008
  2. may have graduated from Abington Avenue Elementary School in Newark, New Jersey, and attended Barringer High School, also in Newark

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  3. often played at the Kensington Lounge in Long Branch, New Jersey, in the late 1950s

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  4. His records were issued by Original Records and Bergen Records in Little Ferry, New Jersey, and Anchor Records in Newark

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  5. " "Whispering Willows," and "The Helicopter Polka." Joe Pica also played at the Three Acre Grill in Rutherford NJ late forties to early fifties

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