DATE: Sunday March 18
TIME: 3:00 PM
Each of Fred Miller's Lectures-In-Song is 60-75 minutes long and focuses on a great personality or significant aspect of American Popular Song's Golden Age.
About the Program:
It is more than reasonable to rank singer/actor Harry Lillis "Bing" Crosby as a pivotal figure in the development of all modern popular entertainment. To a public accustomed to Al Jolson's brassy belting or the prevalent "Irish Tenor" style of delivery, Crosby was something entirely different: casual, lightly jazzy, modulated to the intimacy of the microphone and not to the second gallery of the live theatre.
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