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A Pocketful Of Dreams
Bing Crosby & The Classic Songbook
Sun, Feb 4, 3:00 - 5:30 pm
Jaqua Concert Hall, The Shedd Institute
In 1947 an Associated Press poll declared him "the most admired man alive"...ahead of Jackie Robinson, Pope Pius the XII and President Harry S. Truman. In 1948 Music Digest estimated that more than half of the 80,000 hours of recorded music broadcast on radio each week were filled with his recordings. In 1954 Decca Records declared that "the voice of Bing Crosby, has been heard by more people than the voice of any other human being who has ever lived." By mid-century, the crooner's voice, face and personality were indeed seemingly everywhere. Certainly the extraordinary technological developments in entertainment distribution in the late 1920s through '40s -- the phonograph, the radio, and motion pictures -- played a significant role in making such a thing possible. But it was Crosby's brilliant understanding of the special requirements and potential of each of those new media, that set him apart, even from his many equally-successful and famous colleagues. Jesse Cloninger and The Jazz Kings pay tribute to Crosby with a choice selection of the best from his long career.
The Florence, Corvallis and Sunday matinee Eugene performances offer conventional concert seating. The format for the Eugene evening performance offers cabaret seating on the main floor with reserved seating in the balcony and full bar in the Tykeson Lobby.
Event Personnel
Jesse Cloninger, Director
Jesse Cloninger, reeds
Jonathan Corona, reeds
Jessika Smith, reeds
Alexis Garnica, trumpet
Cody Simmons, trumpet
Glenn Bonney, trombone
Vicki Brabham, piano & vocals
Ken Mastrogiovanni, drums
Niels Miller, bass
Kyle Smith, guitar
 I've Got A Pocketful Of Dreams
(1938) Sing You Sinners
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by James V. Monaco
 Play A Simple Melody
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 Don't Fence Me In
Words by Robert Fletcher - Words & music by Cole Porter
(1932) The Big Broadcast
Words by Leo Robin - Music by Ralph Rainger
 Pennies From Heaven
(1936) Pennies From Heaven
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by Arthur Johnston
 You've Got Me Where You Want Me
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Harry Warren
 I'll Be Seeing You
(1938) Right This Way
Words by Irving Kahal - Music by Sammy Fain
 I've Got The Girl
Words & music by Walter Donaldson
 Be Careful, It's My Heart
(1942) Holiday Inn
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 Blue Skies
(1927) Betsy
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?
(1932) Americana
Words by Yip Harburg - Music by Jay Gorney
 Yodelin' Jive
Words & music by Don Raye, Hughie Prince
 Sierra Sue
Words & music by Joseph B. Carey
 Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate the Positive
(1944) Here Come The Waves
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Harold Arlen
 All My Love (Bolero)
Words by Mitchell Parish - Music by Paul Durand
 Hawaiian Paradise
Words & music by Harry Owens
 Lili Marlene
Words by Hans Leip - Music by Norbert Schultze
 I'm An Old Cowhand (From The Rio Grande)
(1936) Rhythm On The Range
Words & music by Johnny Mercer
 Sunday, Monday or Always
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
 Swinging On A Star
(1944) Going My Way
Words by Johnny Burke - Music by Jimmy Van Heusen
 Mississippi Mud
Words & music by Harry Barris, James Cavanaugh
 A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
(1939) New Faces
Words by Eric Maschwitz - Music by Manning Sherwin
Words by Carlo Tiochet (it), Jerry Castillo (en) - Music by Alberto Pestalozza
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Ticket/Venue Info
A Pocketful Of Dreams Ticket Prices
Discount Prices
A30.00  27.00  25.50  24.00  -  
B26.00  23.50  22.25  21.00  -  
C22.00  20.00  18.75  17.75  -  
Student Free0.00  0.00  0.00  0.00  -  
Jaqua Concert Hall
The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts
285 E Broadway
Eugene, Oregon