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Dame Nellie Melba’s Farewell speech, recorded at Covent Garden in 1926. Plus...dessert!
Most kids take their piano lessons at school, or at a neighbor’s house. But Hazel Scott was always a bit above “chopsticks”.
You’re listening to Fred Waring and his Pennsylvanians with Coast Guard Forever.
One of the most distinctive signature sounds in all of recorded music.
Nighttime is often the right time for thoughtful reflection..especially when one is on guard duty in the Army.
That riff can only mean one thing…you’re listening to Chuck Berry…and you’re on the Sound Beat. Okay, two things.
Frankie Jaxon had a rather unique performing edge.
George Burns knew the secret to his success…his wife Gracie.
Vernon Dalhart, one of the founding fathers of country music, got his start in...New York City opera halls?
Not your average minstrel song...
The Charleston wasn't the only dance on the floor in the 1920's.
Chances are you think of Houdini as the Father of Modern Magic…and you’re only one letter off.