A remembrance of singer Keely Smith (1928–2017), known for her recordings of "That Old Black Magic" and "I Wish You Love" from the late 1950s.
"Blues In The Night," "Stormy Weather," and "Over The Rainbow" and many more of the blockbuster hits from songwriter Harold Arlen.
Singer Jo Stafford was one of the most versatile postwar singers, excelling in pop, swing, bebop, country, folk, and even comedy.
Italian-American Crooners, like Sinatra, Martin, Como, and Bennett, shaped the landscape of popular song in the 1940s and 50s.
"You And The Night And The Music," "Night And Day," "Midnight Sun," and more songs for nighttime people on this episode of Afterglow.
Reprise Records was Frank Sinatra's own label, and it turned the singer into a record executive.
"Summertime," "Heat Wave," "Too Darn Hot," and other summertime songs from the Great American Songbook.
"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.
Torch songs and other heartbreakers from the Great American Songbook, sung by Billie Holiday, Julie London, and Chet Baker.