This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright we take a look at some lesser-known hits from great artists like Four Freshmen's "Laughing on the Outside," The Andrew Sisters singing "House of Blue Lights" and Ray Anthony performing "Mr. Anthony's Boogie."
We've got the blues this week on Swing with Bill Cartwright and a few of the pieces you'll hear include Helen Ward with Benny Goodman performing "Blue Moon," Bunny Berigan's "Davenport Blues" and Benny Goodman's "Blue Reverie"
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright Dean Martin sings "I Can't Believe That You're In Love With Me," Dinah Washington performs "Makin' Whoopee, " and Frank Sinatra brings us "They Can't Take That Away From Me."
Love is in the air this week on Swing with Bill Cartwright. You'll hear classics like John Pizzarelli's "You Make Me Feel So Young," Ella Fitzgerald's "Somebody Loves Me," Linda Ronstadt singing "Falling in Love Again" and Harry James performing "You Made Me Love You."
Join us as we swing in the new year on Swing with Bill Cartwright.
You'll hear classics like "The Way You Look Tonight" by Frank Sinatra and "Moonlight Cocktail" by Glenn Miller as well as Seth MacFarlane's rendition of "You're the Cream in My Coffee" and Diana Krall's "From This Moment On."
Ring in the new year with this special edition of Swing with Bill Cartwright.
Highlights include "What Are You Doing New Year's Eve" by Harry Connick, Jr., Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World," Duke Ellington's "Take the A Train" and "Auld Lang Syne" performed by The Tom Kubis Big Band.
It's time to get into the holiday spirit... swing-style on this week's Swing with Bill Cartwright.
You'll enjoy the Bing Crosby classic "I'll Be Home for Christmas," Lionel Hampton's rendition of "Boogie Woogie Santa Claus," Frank Sinatra singing "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" and then we finish it all off with Tom Kubis' Big Band doing "Hark the Herald Angels Sing."
It's time to start getting merry on Swing with Bill Cartwright with Glenn Miller's "Moonlight Cocktail" and Jimmy Lunceford's "My Blue Heaven." Plus Tony Bennett sings "Winter Wonderland," and Woody Herman performs "Let It Snow! Let It Snow!"
It's a holiday getaway this week on Swing with Bill Cartwright as we bring you The Andrew Sisters with Al Jolson doing "Way Down Yonder in New Orleans," Duke Ellington and Al Hibler performing "Don't Get Around Much Anymore," Lulee Fisher singing "Lullaby of Birdland" and Glen Gray paying homage to "Christopher Columbus."
It's time for some good feelings, so this week on Swing with Bill Cartwright you'll hear Ella May Morse performing "Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive," Nat Cole singing "Pick Yourself Up," and Patrick Williams' "I've Got the World on a String."
This week's Swing with Bill Cartwright opens with Nat Cole's "You'll Never Know" and Natalie Cole's "Route 66" and closes with Buddy Morrow performing "Shuffle Off to Buffalo." In between is some of the best swing music you'll find on the air.
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright, Ella Fitzgerald and Count Basie bring you "I'm Beginning to See the Light," Shorty Rogers performs " A Very Special Love" and The Nat King Cole Trio do "Dream a Little Dream of Me."
We've scared up some spooky favorites for this week's Swing with Bill Cartwright including Ella Fitzgerald singing "Ding Dong, the Witch is Dead," Frank Sinatra's "Witchcraft," Louis Prima/Keely Smith performing "That Old Black Magic" and much more.
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright you'll hear Stan Kenton performing "Artistry in Rhythm," The Mills Brothers singing "Rockin Chair," and Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gorme doing "Together Wherever We Go."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright Patrick Williams & His Big Band perform "In the Still of the Night," Rosemary Clooney sings "Nice and Easy," and Mel Torme lets us know that "Lulu's Back in Town."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright, we feature the great ladies and gentlemen of song. Highlights include Kelly Smith's "The Song is You," The King Sisters performing "Take the A Train" and Bobby Darin singing "A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square."