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the Nelson Riddle Orchestra, When Swing Was King and Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians. Together, the members of the AJO are dedicated to both preserving and advancing the uniquely American art form of.

Dec 31, 2010  · Guy Lombardo and New Year’s Eve. Guy traded in his violin for a baton and became an orchestra leader. By 1929, Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians were performing at the Roosevelt Grill at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. The Roosevelt Hotel became the home of the band’s live New Year’s Eve broadcasts on CBS until 1959.

Apr 6, 2008. Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians. was its leader from its inception, ca 1917 as the Lombardo Brothers' Orchestra and Concert. The 'orchestra' was a quartet: Guy (violinist), his brothers Carmen (flutist, saxophonist,

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Tickets for Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadian Orchestra at the Community Arts Center Saturday at 7:30 p.m. are priced at $20, $25 and $30. For more information, visit www.caclive.com or phone (800.

He watches himself leading the Jerry Kravat Orchestra at the Waldorf-Astoria. New Year’s Eve when he was a boy growing up in the Bronx, listening to Guy Lombardo and his Royal Canadians. His.

Guy Lombardo was more than just an orchestra leader, he was an institution. to hear Lombardo and His Royal Canadians play their familiar theme song, “Auld.

Dec 31, 2013  · Guy Lombardo’s legacy still in limbo. FORT MYERS, Fla. — A treasure trove of items belonging to the late Guy Lombardo remains in two storage units.

Gaetano Alberto "Guy" Lombardo (June 19, 1902 – November 5, 1977) was a Canadian-American bandleader and violinist. Lombardo formed the Royal Canadians in 1924 with his brothers Carmen, Beginning June 14, 1953, Guy Lombardo and his orchestra had Guy Lombardo Time, the summer replacement for Jack.

The Great Band Era is a compilation album featuring Swing music from 1936-1945. Reader’s Digest released the album in 1965. In 1988, the Recording Industry Association of America certified 9 million sales of the album – making it one of the top selling albums ever within the United States.The album was released as a ten LP album box set. The album included many swing favorites, as well as.

Season tickets for a Swing Series (including performances by Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians and Helen O’Connell) are available at $38, or $32 for seniors. For more information call 581-7100. Perhaps.

Joan Fairfax and her all‐girl orchestra were put into the Grill on Jan. 3. Its difficulties began three years ago when Guy Lombardo, whose Royal Canadians had played there every year since 1929,

Orchestra Leader. The band was a tightly knit group created around the brothers, Guy, Carmen and Lebert and later joined by younger brother Victor.

So I went back and played with the Guy Lombardo Royal Canadians, and pretty. BL: Well, the big joke within the Guy Lombardo orchestra is always that you. RVH: Having been both the drummer behind a leader and the leader in front of a.

Lombardo and his legendary Royal Canadians did indeed own New Year's Eve. his way up to become the most successful orchestra leader in London by 21.

Jul 26, 2002. Elaine Lombardo Gardner passed away in September of 1999 She was. Guy played violin and was the leader of the band. "The American Vintage Orchestra " which authentically recreates the sounds of "The Big Band Era.

Guy Lombardo was a Canadian-born orchestra leader whose sweet and sentimental musical style made him an American institution for half a century. His playing of "Auld Lang Syne" was a New Year’s Eve radio and TV fixture for more than 30 years. Lombardo formed "The Royal Canadians.

I was about 20 years old. And I went, “Why do they write these things?” I don’t have an orchestra. I’m not Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians. But I used a lot of instrumentation on my records. At.

That's how the Chicago Tribune, back in 1928, characterized the music made by Guy Lombardo and his orchestra, the Royal Canadians. A native of London,

Jul 11, 2015  · Guy Lombardo’s Orchestra Big Band Concert and Dancing. Big Band Music and Dancing returns to the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront with Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians with Al Pierson, for a free one night performance. Saturday July 11, 2015 6pm – 10pm. Town Point Park will feature a spacious open air dance floor along with lawn seating and picnicing.

Guy Lombardo. Canadian-born musician Guy Lombardo (1912-1977) was known for his festive approach to New Years’ Eve, and his band’s performance of eighteenth-century Scots poet Robert Burns’s sentimental song Auld Lang Syne quickly became an American tradition. In his heyday, musician Lombardo created a Big Band sound that was characterized by an exaggerated saxophone vibrato,

Mr. Morneau has served as Director of the Bowdoin College Concert Band. and saxophonist for the Boston Symphony; Maine humorist, Randy Judkins; folk. and Bailey Circus Band; Guy Lombardo's Royal Canadians; Liberace; singer.

Dec 31, 2012. Guy Lombardo and orchestra rocked in New Year's Eve for decades; Nieces, wowed Times Square, there was Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians. Gina is a high school development director; Elizabeth works as a.

The 1950s brought the music of Harry James and His Musicmakers, Sammy Kaye and His Music Makers, Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians and the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra. Growing up in the Big Band era,

which sees the quartet rocking through “Gonna Raise Hell,” “Dream Police” and the title song popularized by orchestra leader Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians; • A two-CD, 16-track, “Live at the.

Feb. 2: Sarasota Orchestra, Master Works. Feb. 26: Sundays at Neel: Paul Tanner, 2 p.m., Neel Performing Arts Center; $30. Pops Feb. 12: Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians, 2 p.m., Neel Performing Arts.

Jun 11, 2019. The Royal Canadians formed in 1916, with Carmen as singer, made popular by the Guy Lombardo Orchestra, were Jungle Drums, Boo Hoo,

He appears as a leader on only one of the four sides and then with a group put together for the recording session. On the others he is heard as a sideman with Jay McShann’s Orchestra and. on Rowles.

Nov 7, 1977. Bandleader Guy Lombardo, who led the Royal Canadians in "the. dancing to Lombardo's orchestra are constantly sending the leader pieces.

By the time Guy Lombardo and the Royal Canadians arrived at the Granada. As the oldest child, Guy studied the orchestra leader's instrument—the violin.

Acclaimed Venezuelan conductor Rafael Payare is the new leader of. National Youth Orchestra, which was 160 pieces – we really had to rehearse a lot. "Usually, to make any changes in tempo or.

Dec 31, 2012  · For auld lang syne: Guy Lombardo’s history needs a home. Before there was Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve, there was Guy Lombardo and His Royal Canadians.

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the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Guy Lombardo’s Royal Canadians and Jay Black and the Americans. The Guy Lombardo and Glenn Miller bands will be joined tomorrow by three 1950’s foursomes, the Four Freshmen.

Early years. Lombardo was born in London, Ontario, Canada, the son of Gaetano and Angelina Lombardo. His father was a tailor. Music. Along with brothers Carmen and Lebert, he was a member of the original Royal Canadians, playing saxophone with the band. In the late 1940s, Lombardo had his own 20-piece orchestra that featured "the smooth Lombardo family style of music that has won the.

Throughout its history, Martin's orchestra featured many top performers and. As both a solo attraction and as the leader of a small combo, Carle carried. Emulating the style of Guy Lombardo's successful and popular Royal Canadians, reed.

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Guy Lombardo, Soundtrack: Never Let Me Go. Guy Lombardo was born on June 19, 1902 in London, Ontario, Canada as Gaetano Albert Lombardo. He was married to Lilliebell Glenn. He died on November 5, 1977 in Houston, Texas, USA.

Jun 15, 2019. Guy Lombardo: Guy Lombardo, Canadian-born American dance-band leader whose. broadcasts with his Royal Canadians became an American tradition for. Dewey Bergman was Lombardo's arranger from the orchestra's.

He came from the age of Al Jolson, Glenn Miller and Frank Sinatra, and eventually got his own star on the Walk of Fame in Hollywood, Calif. Art Mooney, 80, whose big-band orchestra recorded five.

Former DePue resident Al Pierson, leader of The Royal Canadians — Guy Lombardo’s former orchestra — will return again this year with the musicians to perform old standards and dance tunes.

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There’s a wide variety of indoor entertainment available Sunday night, the eve of 1979, ranging from $330 a couple for the privilege of listening and dancing to Guy Lotnbardo’s Royal Canadians in.

The timeless Big Band standard "Stars Fell on Alabama" was a favorite of Canadian-born orchestra leader Guy Lombardo. Neil Young, another Canadian, wrote and sang the damning folk-rocker "Alabama.".

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The orchestra began in 1919, when a then 19-year-old Lombardo formed a band he named the Royal Canadians in his native London, Ontario. Soon afterward, he moved to Cleveland, then Chicago, gaining.

GUY LOMBARDO AND HIS ROYAL CANADIANS is a nostalgic entertainment series featuring the legendary band leader and his big band performing their greatest hits. Al Pierson, leader of the Guy Lombardo Orchestra, opens and closes each program with anecdotes and little-known facts. Each episode of GUY LOMBARDO AND HIS ROYAL CANADIANS features archival footage of the orchestra.

Orchestra Leader. The band was a tightly knit group created around the brothers, Guy, Carmen and Lebert and later joined by younger brother Victor. There family numbered seven in all and their father was a musically minded tailor who encouraged them in learning to play a.

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GUY LOMBARDO’S ROYAL CANADIANS: Westgate Auditorium. 724-946-7354. GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA: Palace Theatre, April 29, 7:30 p.m. $20-$25. 724-836-8000. CLAYTON HAMILTON JAZZ ORCHESTRA: Manchester.

After becoming the top orchestra leader in his hometown of London, Ontario, 1927 (left) Guy and his Royal Canadians were on the verge of national success.

Musicals With Rock And Pop Music Together with keyboardist Jimmy Destri, drummer Clem Burke and bass player Gary Valentine, Blondie took the pop playbook and. Perestroika is on the horizon, and anthems of anarchy pour into state-sponsored rock halls, where scowling killjoys in suits. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote the songs, but Jones brought them together. would challenge the Beatles

For it was Lombardo’s orchestra that brought to the party an otherwise unrelated Scottish air. Lombardo was born in 1902 in London, Ontario, where by 1919 he had formed a dance band. After years of touring, he won instant fame in 1929 after he persuaded the owner of a Chicago ballroom to let a radio station air the Royal Canadians’ appearance.