I'm Glad There Is You
The song stylings of Johnny Hartman & Lena Horne
Fri, Feb 12, 7:30 - 9:30 pm
Austin Auditorium, LaSells
The Emerald City Jazz Kings led by Glenn Griffith and featuring Shedd veterans Siri Vik and Bill Hulings present the rich and diverse songbooks of jazz vocalist Johnny Hartman and legendary Hollywood entertainer Lena Horne. A remarkable jazz vocalist who specialized in romantic ballads, Johnny Hartman (1923-83) was well-known and critically acclaimed in jazz circles during his lifetime (he was the only singer to record with John Coltrane and worked with both Earl Hines, Dizzy Gillespie, and Erroll Garner among others), and achieved broader recognition after his death when Clint Eastwood used 4 of his ballads in 1995's The Bridges of Madison County. Throughout her extraordinary 70-year career, which included turns at The Cotton Club, as a big band singer, on Broadway and in Hollywood, Lena Horne (1917-2010), was an impeccable voice and a powerful presence. Her pride in her heritage, her refusal to compromise herself, and her innate elegance, grace, and dignity, and her work to improve the status of African Americans in the performing arts has provided a permanent legacy.
Event Personnel
Glenn Griffith, director & bandleader
 I'm Glad There Is You
Words & music by Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Madeira
 All Of Me
Words & music by Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons
 That Old Black Magic
(1942) Star Spangled Rhythm
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Harold Arlen
 The More I See You
(1945) Diamond Horseshoe
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 Blue Skies
(1927) Betsy
Words & music by Irving Berlin
 I Concentrate On You
(1940) Broadway Melody of 1940
Words & music by Cole Porter
 Stormy Weather
(1933) Cotton Club Parade, 22nd Edition
Words by Ted Koehler - Music by Harold Arlen
 Old Devil Moon
(1946) Finian's Rainbow
Words by E. Y. Harburg - Music by Burton Lane
 The Lady Is A Tramp
(1937) Babes In Arms
Words by Lorenz Hart - Music by Richard Rodgers
 My Funny Valentine
(1937) Babes In Arms
Words by Lorenz Hart - Music by Richard Rodgers
 As Long As I Live
(1934) Cotton Club Parade, 24th Edition
Words by Ted Koehler - Music by Harold Arlen
 It's Only A Paper Moon
(1933) Take A Chance
Words by Yip Harburg, Billy Rose - Music by Harold Arlen
 On A Slow Boat To China
Words & music by Frank Loesser
 On A Clear Day
(1965) On A Clear Day You Can See Forever
Words by Alan Jay Lerner - Music by Burton Lane
 Honeysuckle Rose
Words by Andy Razaf - Music by Fats Waller
 I've Heard That Song Before
(1942) Youth On Parade
Words by Sammy Cahn - Music by Jule Styne
 On The Sunny Side of the Street
(1930) Lew Leslie's International Revue
Words by Dorothy Fields - Music by Jimmy McHugh
 Get Happy!
(1930) Nine-Fifteen (9:15) Revue
Words by Ted Koehler - Music by Harold Arlen
 One For My Baby
(1943) The Sky's The Limit
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Harold Arlen
Featured composers, lyricists, creators
Harold Arlen, 1905-1986
Irving Berlin, 1888-1989
Sammy Cahn, 1913-1993
Jimmy Dorsey, 1904-1957
Dorothy Fields, 1905-1975
Mack Gordon, 1904-1959
Yip Harburg, 1896-1981
E. Y. Harburg, 1896-1981
Lorenz Hart, 1895-1943
Ted Koehler, 1894-1973
Burton Lane, 1912-1997
Alan Jay Lerner, 1918-1986
Frank Loesser, 1910-1969
Paul Madeira, -
Gerald Marks, 1900-1997
Jimmy McHugh, 1895-1969
Johnny Mercer, 1909-1976
Cole Porter, 1891-1964
Andy Razaf, 1895-1973
Richard Rodgers, 1902-1979
Billy Rose, 1899-1966
Seymour Simons, 1896-1949
Jule Styne, 1905-1994
Fats Waller, 1904-1943
Harry Warren, 1893-1981
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I'm Glad There Is You Ticket Prices
Seat LvlFull PriceDiscount Prices
10%  15%  20%  Stud. 
A25.00  22.50  21.25  20.00  12.50 
Austin Auditorium
LaSells Stewart Center
OSU Campus
Corvallis, OR
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