Classic Nat King Cole song from 1950 shows the lasting influence of WWII on popular culture with its wartime lingo. It's a great, up-beat, toe-tapper. Performed at Westgate Farmers Market. July 2016.
This 1937 classic, written by Rodgers and Hart, is performed here at the Easton Farmers Market in August of 2017.
Ted Koehler and Harry Barris wrote this great song in 1931. It was a hit for Bing Crosby and others throughout the years. This song never gets old.
Indiana native, Cole Porter wrote Night and Day in Ohio in 1932 for the play Gay Divorce. This romantic song is ever a classic and ever a favorite.
A 1934 song by Irving Mills who's credited with discovering Duke Ellington and collaborated with Duke on many of his popular songs.
The young song-writing team of Lorenz and Hart wrote this while working for MGM in 1933. It was released on film twice with differing lyrics before getting a third and final rewrite with today's more romantic lyrics.