Wrappin' It Up in '34
So Long Prohibition, It's Swing Time!
Fri Oct 15, 7:30-9:30 pm
Concert Hall, FEC
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Prohibition was repealed in 1933 and the era of speakeasies came to an end. 1935 marked the beginning of the Swing Era and public dance halls. These are the sounds of the music that mark that dramatic transition from the dance bands of Fletcher Henderson, Benny Good­man, Casa Loma, and Jimmy Lunceford (& Ina Ray Hutton!) to such early sound-film stars as Shirley Temple and Fred Astaire.
Event Personnel
Steve Stone, artistic director & band leader
Shirley Andress, vocalist
Julie Alsin, vocalist
Dan Sachs, vocalist
Al Villanueva, vocalist
Steve Owen, reeds
Frank Kenney, reeds
James Phillips, reeds
Ernie Carbajal, trumpet
Tim Clarke, trumpet
Dave Bender, trumpet
Caleb Standafer, trombone
Vicki Brabham, piano
Mark Forrest, guitar, banjo
Nathan Waddell, bass
Alan Tarpinian, drums
 The Continental
(1934) The Gay Divorcee Herb Magidson (w) Con Conrad (m)
(1934) Eddie DeLange (w) Irving Mills, Will Hudson (m)
 I Cover The Waterfront
(1933) Edward Heyman (w) Johnny Green (m)
 Stompin' At The Savoy
(1936) Andy Razaf (w) Benny Goodman, Edgar Sampson, Chick Webb (m)
 Limehouse Blues
(1922) Douglas Furber (w) Philip Braham (m)
 Love Is Just Around The Corner
(1935) Here Is My Heart Leo Robin, Lewis E. Gensler (w/m)
 Blue Moon
 My Old Flame
(1934) Belle Of The Nineties Sam Coslow, Arthur Johnston (w/m)
 Drop Me Off At Harlem
(1933) Nick Kenny (w) Duke Ellington (m)
 You're The Top
(1934) Anything Goes Cole Porter (w/m)
 Miss Otis Regrets
(1934) Cole Porter (w/m)

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Concert Hall
Florence Events Center
715 Quince St
Florence, Oregon