Miss Peggy Lee was one of the biggest singing stars of the 1940s, 50s, and 60s, and she also wrote many of her popular tunes.
"Blues In The Night," "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive," and many others written and performed by Johnny Mercer.
A jazz musician equally known for his singing and songwriting, we explore the varied career of Bloomington's own Hoagy Carmichael
In honor of Ella Fitzgerald's centennial on April 25, 2017, we look at the singer's work for Verve records, where she recorded her famous songbook series.
In honor of Ella Fitzgerald's centennial on April 25, 2017, we look at the singer's early career on Decca Records.
"It Might As Well Be Spring," "April In Paris," "Spring Is Here," and other odes to the spring season.
This week, we highlight the radio broadcasts of two superstars: Bing Crosby and Frank Sinatra.
Singers like Betty Carter, Sheila Jordan, and Della Reese can all trace their roots to Detroit's jazz scene.
The part-time jazz vocalists, including trumpeter Chet Baker, drummer Buddy Rich, and clarinetist Benny Goodman.
Torch songs and other heartbreakers from the Great American Songbook, sung by Billie Holiday, Julie London, and Chet Baker.