Forty Second Street - Eugene
Harry Warren & The Hollywood Musical
Fri, Jan 30, 7:30 - 10:00 pm
Soreng Theater, Hult Center
Quiz time: What American composer had the most songs on the Hit Parade Top Ten during the years 1935-50? The answer is Harry Warren. And if your response is, “Harry Who?!” you’re not alone. For this amazing songwriter was an intensely personal man who shunned the spotlight. But his film career almost exactly parallels the rise and fall of the Hollywood musical and he produced some of its greatest songs. Join the Emerald City Jazz Kings as they pay tribute to this Hollywood great with such tremendous songs as “Chattanooga Choo Choo”, “42nd Street”, “Jeepers Creepers”, Nagasaki”, “On the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe” and many more!
Event Personnel
Steve Stone, artistic director & band leader
Vocalists
Shirley Sachs, vocalist
Julie Alsin, vocalist
Bob Cross, vocalist
David Matis, vocalist
Musicians
Steve Owen, reeds
Frank Kenney, reeds
James Phillips, reeds
Ernie Carbajal, trumpet
Dave Bender, trumpet
Caleb Standafer, trombone
Vicki Brabham, piano
Alan Phillips, guitar, banjo
Nathan Waddell, bass
Alan Tarpinian, drums
Program
SET I
 Lullaby of Broadway
(1935) Gold Diggers of 1935
Words by Al Dubin - Music by Harry Warren
 Broadway Melody
(1929) The Broadway Melody
Words by Arthur Freed - Music by Nacio Herb Brown
 Cheerful Little Earful
(1930) Sweet And Low
Words by Ira Gershwin - Music by Harry Warren
 Forty-Second Street
(1932) 42nd Street
Words by Al Dubin - Music by Harry Warren
 Shuffle Off To Buffalo
(1932) 42nd Street
Words by Al Dubin - Music by Harry Warren
 Boulevard of Broken Dreams
(1933) Moulin Rouge
Words by Al Dubin - Music by Harry Warren
 Lulu's Back In Town
(1935) Broadway Gondolier
Words by Al Dubin - Music by Harry Warren
 September In The Rain
(1935) Stars Over Broadway
Words by Al Dubin - Music by Harry Warren
 You'll Never Know
(1943) Hello, Frisco, Hello
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 There Will Never Be Another You
(1942) Iceland
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 Broadway Rhythm
(1935) Broadway Melody of 1936
Words by Arthur Freed - Music by Nacio Herb Brown
SET II
 Jeepers Creepers
(1938) Going Places
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Harry Warren
 You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby
(1938) Hard To Get
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Harry Warren
 Chattanooga Choo Choo
(1941) Sun Valley Serenade
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 Serenade In Blue
(1942) Orchestra Wives
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 I Had The Craziest Dream
(1942) Springtime In The Rockies
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 Coffee Time
(1944)
Words by Arthur Freed - Music by Harry Warren
 This Is Always
(1946) Three Little Girls In Blue
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 The More I See You
(1945) Diamond Horseshoe
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
 On The Atchison, Topeka, And The Santa Fe
(1945) The Harvey Girls
Words by Johnny Mercer - Music by Harry Warren
 Chica Chica Boom Chic
(1941) That Night In Rio
Words by Mack Gordon - Music by Harry Warren
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Soreng Theater
Hult Center for the Performing Arts
One Eugene Center
Eugene, Oregon
541-682-5000
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