Side By Side
Sun, Apr 3, 2:30 - 4:30 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
The 3rd concert in this year’s Jazz Kings’ theme, “Three Little Words” is directed by Shirley Andress, who will be joined by Haley Steinberger, Michael Stone and Bob Cross and the Jazz Kings Septet for a wonderful evening of love and “togetherness” songs.
“These famous three little words, ‘side by side’ are…‘I love you’!” Shirley explains. “I find it incredible that these important words can have such an impact on our lives. What other words carry the same important message of, ‘I’m here for you through the good and the bad, through success and failure, through the beautiful and the ugly and everything in between’?
“The composers and lyricists of the American Songbook knew those few simple words could never be said enough. Songs have nurtured relationships since the beginning of time and I would guess that 90% of all songs speak, in some way, to the many types of relationships we find ourselves involved in. Side By Side is an expression of those different types of relationships: Friendship, Buddies, Pals, Lovers and sometimes the relationships we have with ‘things’.” We hope you join us!
Event Personnel
Shirley Andress, director, vocals
Bob Cross, vocals
Michael Stone, vocals
SET I - Let's Be Buddies
 Let's Be Buddies
(1940) Panama Hattie
Words & music by Cole Porter
 Side By Side
Words by Gus Kahn - Music by Harry Woods
(1939) Du Barry Was A Lady
Words & music by Cole Porter
 My Buddy
Words by Gus Kahn - Music by Walter Donaldson
 Let's Fall In Love
(1934) Let's Fall In Love
Words by Ted Koehler - Music by Harold Arlen
 You're Just In Love
(1950) Call Me Madam
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 Love Me Or Leave Me
(1928) Whoopee
Words by Gus Kahn - Music by Walter Donaldson
 Tea For Two
(1925) No No Nanette
Words by Irving Caesar, Otto Harbach - Music by Vincent Youmans
 The More I See You
(1945) Diamond Horseshoe
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 I'll String Along With You
(1934) Twenty Million Sweethearts
Words by Al Dubin - Music by Harry Warren
 You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You
Words & music by Russ Morgan, Larry Stock, James Cavanaugh
 Let's Do It
(1928) Paris
Words & music by Cole Porter
SET II - Together Wherever We Go.
 The Tender Trap
Words by Sammy Cahn - Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
 Cheek To Cheek
(1935) Top Hat
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 The Nearness Of You
(1938) Romance In the Dark
Words by Ned Washington - Music by Hoagy Carmichael
 Anything You Can Do
(1946) Annie Get Your Gun
Words & music by Irving Berlin
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Harold Arlen, 1905-1986
Irving Berlin, 1888-1989
Irving Caesar, 1895-1996
Sammy Cahn, 1913-1993
Hoagy Carmichael, 1899-1981
James Cavanaugh, -
Walter Donaldson, 1893-1947
Al Dubin, 1891-1945
Mack Gordon, 1904-1959
Otto Harbach, 1873-1963
Gus Kahn, 1886-1941
Ted Koehler, 1894-1973
Russ Morgan, 1904-1969
Cole Porter, 1891-1964
Larry Stock, 1896-1984
Jimmy Van Heusen, 1913-1990
Harry Warren, 1893-1981
Ned Washington, 1901-1976
Harry Woods, 1896-1970
Vincent Youmans, 1898-1946
Associate Events
Sunday Apr 3
1:00 pmPre-Concert Lunch
Ticket/Venue Info
Side By Side Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
15%  20%  25%  Stud. 
AA30.00  25.50  24.00  22.50  15.00 
A26.00  22.25  21.00  19.50  13.00 
B22.00  18.75  17.75  16.50  11.00 
O18.00  15.50  14.50  13.50  9.00 
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon
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