Bob Grabeau (November 14, 1926 – June 8, 2008), born Robert F. Grabot in Pittsburg, California, was a vocalist and Big Band recording artist. He also coached a number of actors in the art of professional singing, these include Kristy McNichol, Scott Baio and Phillip McKeon, during his career.
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