All of Your Seniors' Favorite Bands, Singers, & Groups
Big Bands Count Basie, Will Bradley, Les Brown, Frankie Carle, Xavier Cugat, Jimmy Dorsey, Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Woody Herman, Harry James, Spike Jones, Louis Jordan,Sammy Kaye, Stan Kenton, Gene Krupa, Kay Kyser, Guy Lombardo, Freddy Martin, Glenn Miller, Vaughn Monroe, Artie Shaw, Charlie Spivak, and many more!
The Gals Ivie Anderson, Jan August, Eugenie Baird, Betty Barclay, Betty Bonney, Connie Boswell, Betty Brewer, Julie Conway, June Christy, Doris Day, Irene Daye, Trudy Erwin, Ella Fitzgerald, Hellen Forrest, Judy Garland, Anita Gordon, Billy Holiday, Lena Horne, Marjorie Hughes, Betty Hutton, Marion Hutton, Kitty Kallen, Paula Kelly, Bonnie King, Yvonne King, Evelyn Knight, Peggy Lee, Vera Lynn, Judy Manners, Ella Mae Morse, Nancy Norman, Helen O'Connell, Anita O'Day, Dolores O'Neill, Dottie Reed, Lynne Sherman, Joya Sherrill, Dinah Shore, Kate Smith, Jo Stafford,Martha Tilton, Fran Warren, Margaret Whiting, Gloria Wood, and may more!
The Guys Bob Allen, Fred Astaire, Mitchell Ayres, Harry Babbitt, Tex Beneke, Hoagy Carmichael, Buddy Clark, Nat "King" Cole, Perry Como, Spade Cooley, Francis Craig, Bing Crosby, Vic Damone, Mike Douglas, Ray Eberle, Bob Eberly, Billy Eckstine, Tennessee "Ernie" Ford, Arthur Godfrey, Carl Grayson, Dick Haymes, Phil Harris, Skeets Herfurt, Eddy Howard, Al Jolson, Gene Kelly, Ronnie Kemper, Jack Lathrop, Billy Leach, Wayne Marsh, Jack Martin, Tony Martin, Johnny Mercer, Vaughn Monroe, Russ Morgan, Skip Nelson, Ezio Pinza, Clyde Rogers, Andy Russell, Tommy Ryan, Jimmy Saunders, Bill Schallen, Frank Sinatra, Mel Torme, Rudy Valee, Stuart Wade, Jimmy Wakely, Artie Wayne, Billy Willaims, and many more!
The Groups The Ames Brothers, The Andrews Sisters, The Four King Sisters, The Harmonicats, The Ink Spots, The Merry Macs, The Mills Brothers, The Pied Pipers, The Song Spinners, The Three Suns, and many more!
Every song played is one requested by your seniors. Song lists, request slips and pens are provided. No matter the age of your seniors, I have all of their favorite songs from their high school days. It really brings back the memories.
For something a little different we can play 'Name That Tune' or 'TV Trivia'. I have hundreds of TV themes and once someone guesses the name of the show others come up with their favorite characters and moments from the series. It's a great reminiscence game.
The oldies shows are two hours long and the cost is only $75 during the day and $100 for evening shows (depending on location).