Also known as
A. Bazaf, A. Pazaf, A. Pazof, A. Razaaf, A. Razaf, A. Razaff, A. Razas, A. Razat, A. Razof, A. Rezaf, A. Rogat, A.Razaf, A.Razaff, Andrea Razaf, Andreamenentania Razafinkeriefo, Andreamentania P. Razafkeriefo, Andreamentania Paul Razafkeriefo, Andreamentania Razafkeriefo, Andy Azaf, Andy Razaf, b. Andreamentena Razafinkereifo, Andy Razar, Andy Razas, Andy Razat, Andy Razof, Bazaf, Разаф, Э. Резеф, Eazaf, G. Razaf, N. Razaf, R. Razaf, Raaf, Racaf, Rafar, Rasaf, Rasafinkeriefo, Ratcalfe, Rauaf, Razaf, Razaff, Razal, Razar, Razas, Razat, Razef, Razof, Razsf, Razuf, Razzaf, Rezaf
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American poet, composer and lyricist (born December 16, 1895, Washington, D.C. - died February 3, 1973, North Hollywood, California).
He began writing songs for nightclub revues in the 1910's, in the 1920's he collaborated with several composers including [a=Eubie Blake] and [a=Fats Waller].
Some of his Tin Pan Alley hits include "Ain't Misbehavin'" and "Honeysuckle Rose"
He also collaborated on the Broadway scores for "Keep Shufflin’", "Hot Chocolates" and "Blackbirds of 1930".
Inducted into the Songwriter's Hall Of Fame in 1972.