Dear Old Southland
Dear Old Southland
Thu Aug 14, 7:30-10:00 pm
Concert Hall, FEC
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Many of the earlier classic American songwriters who wrote about "the South" were actually from the South, but some, including Stephen Foster, often did not see places and events they described. Certainly by the 1920s most writers were living in the North, especially in New York City, and were utilizing conventions and stereotypes which had evolved through the minstrel show, burlesque, vaudeville and the Broadway revue. Many of the songs have literally become American folk songs--"Swanee River", "Bill Bailey," "Sweet Georgia Brown" come to mind as examples from different periods. Steve Stone and the Emerald City Jazz Kings explore this tradition.
Event Personnel
Steve Stone, artistic director & band leader
Shirley Sachs, vocalist
Julie Alsin, vocalist
Bob Cross, vocalist
David Matis, vocalist
Steve Owen, reeds
Frank Kenney, reeds
James Phillips, reeds
Ernie Carbajal, trumpet
Dave Bender, trumpet
Caleb Standafer, trombone
Vicki Brabham, piano
Alan Phillips, guitar, banjo
Nathan Waddell, bass
Alan Tarpinian, drums
SET I Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
 When The Midnight Choo Choo Leaves For Alabam
(1912) Irving Berlin (w/m)
 Dear Old Southland
(1921) Henry Creamer (w) Turner Layton (m)
(1919) Sinbad Irving Caesar (w) George Gershwin (m)
 Little Jazz Bird
(1924) Lady, Be Good Ira Gershwin (w) George Gershwin (m)
 Is It True What They Say About Dixie?
(1936) Irving Caesar, Gerald Marks, Sammy Lerner (w/m)
 Sentimental Gentleman From Georgia
(1932) Mitchell Parish (w) Frank Perkins (m)
 When It's Sleepy Time Down South
(1930) Clarence Muse, Leon René, Otis René (w/m)
 The Darktown Strutters' Ball
(1916) Shelton Brooks (w/m)
 Jamboree Jones
(1936) Johnny Mercer (w/m)
 The Dixieland Band
(1935) Johnny Mercer (w) Bernie Hanighan (m)
 Sweet Georgia Brown
(1925) Kenneth Casey (w) Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard (m)
(1935) Porgy And Bess DuBose Heyward (w) George Gershwin (m)
 Original Dixieland One-Step
(1917) Nick LaRocca (m)
SET II Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
 Way Down Yonder In New Orleans
(1922) Henry Creamer (w) Turner Layton (m)
 New Orleans
(1932) Hoagy Carmichael (w/m)
 Riverboat Shuffle
(1924) Mitchell Parish (w) Hoagy Carmichael, Dick Voynow (m)
 Star Dust
 Roll On, Mississippi, Roll On
(1931) Eugene West, Dave Ringle, James McCaffrey (w/m)
 The Chant
(1927) Mel Stitzel (m)
 Doctor Jazz
(1926) Walter Melrose (w) King Oliver (m)
 St. James Infirmary
(1929) Joe Primrose (w/m) [adaptation of Gambler's Blues]
 Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans?
(1946) New Orleans Eddie DeLange, Louis Alter (m)
 East St. Louis Toodle-Oo
(1927) Duke Ellington, Bubber Miley (m)
 The Mooche
(1928) Cotton Club Revue, 12th Edition Duke Ellington, Irving Mills (m)
 Stars Fell On Alabama
(1934) Mitchell Parish (w) Frank Perkins (m)
 The Elks Parade
(1942) Bobby Sherwood (m)

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Concert Hall
Florence Events Center
715 Quince St
Florence, Oregon