Big Bands

 

Big bands were all the rage during the 1930’s and early 1940’s. The big band craze started dying out after World War II. Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller and the Dorsey Brothers were very popular band leaders of this era. After World War II, many of the singers from the big bands struck out on their own to achieve success, such as, Frank Sinatra.

 

The 20th Anniversary Banquet

Artie Shaw at the Hotel Lincoln 1

Artie Shaw at the Hotel Lincoln 2

Artie Shaw at the Hotel Lincoln 3

Artie Shaw at the Hotel Lincoln 4

Back From Far East USO Tour

Benny Goodman and the Camel Caravan

Benny Goodman One Night Stand

Benny Goodman At The Hotel Pennsylvania

Benny Goodman Swing School

Bob Crosby and Eileen Barton 1

Bob Crosby and Eileen Barton 2

Bob Crosby and Eileen Barton 3

Captain Horatio Hornblower

Glen Grey and the Casa Loma Orchestra

Glen Miller at the Cafe Rogue 1

Glen Miller at the Cafe Rogue 2

Glen Miller at the Cafe Rogue 3

 

Glen Miller at the Cafe Rogue 4

Glen Miller at the Cafe Rogue 5

Glen Miller Sunset Serenade

Glen Miller The Chesterfield Show 1

Glen Miller The Chesterfield Show 2

Golf Match at Hillcrest Country Club

Jimmy Dorsey at the Hollywood Paladium

Louis Armstrong 1

Louis Armstrong 2

The Ray Anthony Show 1

The Ray Anthony Show 2

Tommy Dorsey and Duke Ellington

Tommy Dorsey and Rita Hayworth

Tommy Dorsey at the Hollywood Paladium

The Tommy Dorsey Show

Tommy Dorsey with Frank Sinatra

Turkey Dreams

 

 

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