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Dorsey might have broken up his own band permanently following World War II, as many big bands did due to the shift in music economics following the war, but Tommy Dorsey's album for RCA, " All Time Hits " placed in the top ten records in February, 1947.
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When told that his party, including his own campaign manager, Stephen W. Dorsey, was involved, Garfield directed MacVeagh and James to root out the corruption in the Post Office Department " to the bone ", regardless of where it might lead.
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Although Green Bay's running game did not have any standout backs or Pro Bowlers, running backs Dorsey Levens, Edgar Bennett, and fullback William Henderson were all very good at blocking, running and receiving.
Notable artists and companies who have performed at SOPAC include Paquito D ' Rivera, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Olympia Dukakis, Richie Havens, Yo-Yo Ma, James Marsters, Eddie Palmieri, Madeleine Peyroux, Paula Poundstone, Anoushka Shankar, Phoebe Snow, Angie Stone, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Dionne Warwick, and Nancy Wilson.
After determining a crteria for inductees, Bill Dick Parker, Joel Dorsey, and Neal Henigan were chosen as the 1963 indutees, In the preceding years, the following former athletes from Hallsville have been inducted into the Hall of Fame: 1964, Ross " Larry " Parker, Perry " Peck " Bunt, Barney Oliver ; 1965, Clayton " Shag " Coon, Hulon Blalock, Edd Young ; 1966, Clyde Kinsy, Murray Know, Brad Horner ; 1967, Dick Hays ; 1968, James Greer ; 1969, Votto Gaddis, Ed Ferges, Corky Ford ; 1970.
Versions have been recorded by Louis Armstrong, Dave Brubeck, Tommy Dorsey, Tex Beneke with The Glenn Miller Orchestra ( Recorded in New York City on February 1, 1947 and released by RCA Victor Records as catalogue number 20-2016B and by EMI on the His Master's Voice label as catalogue number BD 5968 ), Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Doris Day, Jan Garber, Fumio Nanri, Dizzy Gillespie, Nat King Cole, Mel Tormé, Connie Francis, Jean Sablon, Keely Smith, Terumasa Hino, Harry Connick Jr, Ella Fitzgerald, Olavi Virta, The Peanuts, Django Reinhardt, Barry Manilow, John Coltrane, Earl Grant, Willie Nelson, Billy Ward and His Dominoes, George Benson, Mina, Ken Hirai, Los Hombres Calientes and many others.
1939 sheet music cover, " Introduced by Glenn Miller ", Shapiro, Bernstein, and Co., New York. Notable artists who have recorded big-band versions of " In The Mood " include the Joe Loss Orchestra, Xavier Cugat, Tommy Dorsey, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Artie Shaw, Lubo D ' Orio, the Brian Setzer Orchestra, The Shadows and John Williams with the Boston Pops Orchestra.
Dorsey said he could not afford to hire eight Pipers but would be happy to have them join him if they could cut the number down to a quartet.
LGBT people such as Issan Dorsey, Caitriona Reed, Pat Enkyo O ' Hara and Soeng Hyang have been ordained as Buddhist monastics and clergy.
He was with the Dorsey band in 1941, prior to Sinatra's departure, and may have served simply as insurance against Sinatra's likely defection.
Approximately a year later, Ruth passed a copy of the tune to a saxophone player in the Tommy Dorsey band, hoping to have Dorsey hear the tune.
Tommy Dorsey would have seventeen number one hits while Jimmy Dorsey would have ten after they formed their own orchestras in 1935.
Other Mask and Wig songs, such as " The Gypsy in My Soul ," written by Clay Boland and Moe Jaffe, have been performed by the likes of Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, and Ella Fitzgerald.
But Confederate losses were severe ; Heth should have better coordinated his attack with the division of Maj. Gen. Dorsey Pender.
The sultan attempted to have the US consul, Richard Dorsey Mohun, recognise his accession but the messenger was told that " as his accession had not been verified by Her Majesty's government, it is impossible to reply.
He is known to have begun his journalistic career as far back as March 22, 1873, when as a 19-year-old he came to Golden, Colorado, from Platte City, Nebraska, and partnered with William F. Dorsey to acquire the Golden Eagle newspaper.
Other versions have been recorded by Roland Alphonso, Wynder K. Frog, Houston and Dorsey, Ray Hamilton, Danny Colfax Mallon, Gene McDaniels, Country Dick Montana, Eskew Reeder, Jumpin ' Gen Simmons, Skip & Flip ( 1961 ), The Jerms, and Skitzo.
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* Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers sign with the newly-formed Capitol Records, ( having broken from the Tommy Dorsey band in 1942 )
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State Party Chairman James W. Dorsey added that enthusiasm was picking up for a state rally to be held Sept. 8 in Savannah at which newly elected Texas Sen. John Tower will be the featured speaker.
On the first play after the turnover, New England lineman Ferric Collons sacked Favre for a 10-yard loss, but running back Dorsey Levens rushed for 4 yards and caught a pass for 14 over the next two plays, setting up Chris Jacke's 37-yard field goal to make the score 10 – 0.
In Tootsie ( 1982 ), Hoffman portrays Michael Dorsey, a struggling actor who finds himself dressing up as a woman to land a role on a soap opera.
: David B. Duncan organizes a meeting of the Enron account group to speed up the document destruction, according to testimony by Arthur Andersen managing director Dorsey Lee Baskin Jr ..
Compared to moments on the Dorsey shows, on the Berle show, it was ice cream — Elvis's face unthreatening, his legs as if in casts ..." When " he sang Little Richard's ' Reddy Teddy ' and began to move and dance, the camera pulled in, so that the television audience saw him from the waist up only.
The biographical film of 1947, The Fabulous Dorseys describes sketchy details of how the brothers got their start from-the-bottom-up into the jazz era of one-nighters, the early days of radio in its infancy stages, and the onward march when both brothers ended up with Paul Whiteman before 1935 when The Dorsey Brothers ' Orchestra split into two.
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) Johnny grew up with his parents and Dorsey in a public housing project in the Lauderdale Courts area of Memphis, which from 1948 until 1954 was also the home of Gladys and Vernon Presley and their son Elvis.
In May 1957, Richard hit Dorsey in the back of the head with a hammer, accidentally killing him, which he covered up to look like an accident.
The original Five Pennies band consisted of Nichols on cornet, Mole on trombone, Jimmy Dorsey on clarinet and alto sax, Eddie Lang on guitar, Arthur Schutt on piano and Vic Berton ( who came up with the name for the group ) on drums, but over time the personnel changed and expanded dramatically.
The Stingray Shuffle ties up a three-book plot arc that began with Florida Roadkill, continued with Hammerhead Ranch Motel, and was then shelved for two years while Dorsey wrote the only slightly relative Triggerfish Twist and Orange Crush.
Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey broke up the Dorsey Brothers ' Orchestra in 1935 but reunited on March 15, 1945 to record a V-Disc at Liederkranz Hall in New York City.
In August 2008, it was reported that the Bengals were interested in trading Johnson for a " top receiver " to shore up their battered receiving corps, which would leave Chris Perry as the new feature back and either Kenny Watson or DeDe Dorsey as his backup.
During his freshman season, he backed up All-American tight end Jeremy Shockey and played largely on special teams, and was one of four true freshmen to play during the Hurricanes ' 2001 run to the BCS National Championship, the others being future NFL stars Frank Gore, Vince Wilfork, Andre Johnson, Jonathan Vilma, Ken Dorsey, and Sean Taylor.
The next time they got the ball, a 36-yard run by Brian Westbrook and a 21-yard catch by L. J. Smith set up a 4-yard touchdown run by Dorsey Levens, giving them a 7-0 lead.
On May 26, 2010 Dorsey signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League, where he backed up former Miami Dolphins QB Cleo Lemon.
Vern and his brother Clark ( guitarist with Mal Halet and Tommy Dorsey vocalist with The Pied Pipers ) grew up singing and playing instruments in Pennsylvania Dutch Country until they were seduced by jazz.
After his stint with Dorsey, he joined Miller on April 6, 1939 where he remained until September 27, 1942 when Miller broke up his band to join the Army.
When Harry Dorsey Gough set up home in Maryland, USA, in 1774, he named his estate there Perry Hall.
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In the early-to-mid-1930s, Miller also worked as a trombonist and arranger in The Dorsey Brothers, first when they were a Brunswick studio group ( under their own name and providing accompaniment for many of The Boswell Sisters sessions ), and finally when they formed an ill-fated co-led touring and recording orchestra.
Subsequently, Presley and his band performed " Heartbreak Hotel " with borrowed instruments ( their own were being driven to Florida in preparation for a tour ) with the backing of The Dorsey Brothers orchestra.
His first major song with his own lyrics was " Rockin ' Chair ", recorded by Armstrong and Mildred Bailey, and eventually with his own hand-picked studio band ( featuring Bix, Bubber Miley, Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Bud Freeman, Eddie Lang, Joe Venuti, and Gene Krupa ) on May 15, 1930.
In September, 1935, the Dorsey Brothers band legally became the " Jim Dorsey Orchestra ", after Jimmy found out that Tommy Dorsey now had his own band, and had signed a recording contract with RCA Victor.
Other musicians who rose during this time include Jimmy Dorsey, his brother Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Goodman's future rival Artie Shaw, and Woody Herman who departed the Isham Jones band in 1936 to start his own band.
His arrangement of " On the Sunny Side of the Street " was a big hit for Dorsey, as were his own compositions " Yes Indeed " ( a gospel-jazz tune that was later recorded by Ray Charles ), " Opus One ," " The Minor is Muggin '," " T. D.
Martin was a successful artist in her own right, forming the Sallie Martin Singers, in which her daughter Cora Martin, Dinah Washington, then known as Ruth Jones, and Brother Joe May were featured, in 1940 after a dispute with Dorsey.
The hotel was known for hosting big bands such as the bands of Benny Goodman, Tommy Dorsey, Glenn Miller, Artie Shaw, Xavier Cugat, and Wayne King, which were also broadcast on the hotel's own radio station, a precursor to WGN with the calls WEBH.
After La Rosa's third recording, La Rosa hired his own agent and manager: Tommy Rockwell .< ref > Rockwell had worked with Louis Armstrong in the twenties and the Dorsey Brothers band in the thirties < citation needed >.</ ref >
He began in entertainment by touring in the 1920s with his own orchestra, playing with the Dorsey Brothers and Bix Beiderbecke.
Dorsey appeared on an album with Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes, which led to more recordings on his own with ABC Records in the late 1970s.