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Musician Bobbi Trout

Yep, you read that correctly. Bobbi was not only a pilot and an inventor, but she was also a musician. She played steel guitar, ukulele, drums and loved to sing. Click the CD icon to hear the .wav sound clips. (The files are just over 1MB and may take a few minutes to download with a slow connection.)

Zorah Bobbi sings Zorah, and is accompanied by Florence "Pat" Lewis, co-owner of the Trout-Lewis Manufacturing business. Pat was a former music teacher who taught at the Jordan Conservatory of Music in Indianapolis. She and Bobbi were partners in many business ventures, such as a deburring service for plane parts and a Safety-View mirror business. Zorah was recorded on the day that Bobbi and Pat met in 1943. "I rolled out the piano, and Pat said, 'That's too small to play on,' and I said, 'Oh, you can do it, get over there and play and I'll sing.'" Bobbi sang and Pat played most of that day.

Song of the Nile Bobbi sings Song of the Nile accompanied by her mother Lola Denman at her mother's home in Toluca Lake, 1952.