Your Hit Parade!
– 30 Years
of Unforgettable Ballroom Music popularized by the Big Bands, including
I Let A Song Go out of My Heart,
I'll Be Seeing You, The Very Thought of You, There! I've Said It Again,
You'll Never Know, and many more from Glenn
Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, Duke Ellington, and the great bands from
Your Hit Parade...
The Golden Oldies
– A Salute
to Motown, Oldies, and Rock n' Roll from the ‘50s & ‘60s, including favorites
like Put Your Head
on My Shoulder, Dancing in the Street, How Sweet It Is, Blue Velvet, Breaking Up Is Hard
To Do, Go Away Little Girl, Hey Paula, etc.
– A collection of Post-War songs popularized in the 1950s,
including Autumn Leaves, Cry Me A River, Misty,
Unforgettable, Young at Heart, and many more sung by the great Crooners ... Frank Sinatra,
Ella Fitzgerald, Tony Bennett, Nat King Cole...
Theme Shows & Partial Repertoire ...
- Our dynamic
repertoire is based on the great 20th Century Song Writers from the 1920s
through the 1960s.
|| ||The Great Songwriters|
– Featuring songs by the great songwriters : George &
Ira Gershwin: I've Got A Crush on You, Victor Young: (My
Foolish Heart, Charles Trenet: Que reste-t-il de nos amours or I Wish You Love, Cole
Porter: I Concentrate on You, Rodgers & Hart: My
Romance and My Funny Valentine, Jerome Kern: Can't Help Lovin' That Man, Michel Legrand: After
the Rain, Irving Berlin: Cheek to Cheek, Antonio
Carlos Jobim: Meditation, Bacharach & David: The April Fools, Duke
Ellington: Satin Doll, Frank Loesser: I Don’t
Want to Walk Without You, Mack Gordon: The More I See You, and many, many more...
popularized in film on The Silver Screen, such as As Time Goes By (Casablanca
1942), New York, New York (New York, New York 1977), My
Foolish Heart (My Foolish Heart 1949), I Only Have Eyes for You (Dames
1934), and True Love (High Society 1955),
and many others.
written for and made famous in Broadway shows, including My Funny Valentine (Babes in
Arms 1937), Embraceable You (Girl Crazy 1930), Love Is Here to Stay (Love Is Here to Stay 1956), Stranger in Paradise (Kismet
1953), Summertime, (Porgy & Bess 1935)
| || ||Contemporary Class|
collection of 30 Years of the Classiest Music popularized in the 1970s, 1980s,
and 1990s, by songwriters such as Neil Sedaka, Michel Legrand, Stephen Bishop,
Bacharach and David, and the Carpenters; alsoincluding some original compositions
by Bonnie and François: When I Fall
in Love, Stoney End, Laughter in the Rain, Blue Monday, Souvenir de Californie,
On and On,Touch Me When We're Dancing, Tonight I Need Your Love, Strollin' Along,
Never Again, etc.
|| ||Le Café Français|
– International favorites from the French cafés
and music halls, with songs from Edith Piaf and Charles Trenet, and Mouloudji,
including La vie en rose, La mer (Beyond the Sea), C'est si
bon, Darling je vous aime beaucoup, Harlem Nocturne,
and C’est Magnifique. &
| ||The Road to
– Sensual tropical and Latin dance rhythms, featuring Antonio
Carlos Jobim, Perez Prado, Cole Porter, Luis Bonfa. Girl from Ipanema, Perfidia, Desafinado, Begin the Beguine,
Corcovado (Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars),
Brazil, and many others.
for the Christmas and Holiday season, such as I’ll Be Home for Christmas, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,
Winter Wonderland, White Christmas, The Christmas Song, Let It Snow! and many more.