JULY

7
The true test of any
artist is his or her
"staying power," the
permanence and
influence of the work
that is produced, and
this week, we're going
to be looking at the
work of the Gershwins
in a program we're
calling "Gershwin
Interpreted." Tune in
for some of your
favorites done by
Judy Garland, Lena
Horne, Bing Crosby,
Ella Fitzgerald, Cliff
(Ukulele Ike) Edwards,
and more.

14
"Broadway rhythm, it's
got me - everybody
dance!" ... and that's
exactly what we'll have
this week: rhythm -
well, songs about it
from shows like
LADY BE GOOD,
STRIKE UP THE
BAND, SWEET
CHARITY, AIN'T
MISBEHAVIN',
CRAZY FOR YOU,
4 GUYS NAMED
JOSE, and you'll
just have to tune
in to see what the
others are!


21
Stage Door Records
is a British-based
label, and we'll be
taking a look at some
of their output this
week. Their "Lost"
series features cast
recordings that have
disappeared along
with cover versions
of songs from lost
shows as well, like
13 DAUGHTERS.
We'll also look at
two of their London
show reissues:
BLONDEL and
MUTINY!

28
July 28th marks the
50th anniversary of
the death of one of
the greats of
Broadway:
Frank Loesser.
We want to celebrate
his career which won
him Tonys, an Oscar,
and a Pulitzer Prize
with songs from his
stage and screen
work including THE
MOST HAPPY
FELLA, GUYS AND
DOLLS, HOW TO
SUCCEED..., and
GREENWILLOW.
(Oh, that last picture
is Ray Bolger who'll
be there to sing
his hit from WHERE'S
CHARLEY: "Once in
Love with Amy."














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