Stanley Blum Sings Rodgers & Hammerstein's SOME ENCHANTED EVENING. As Al Jolson used to say, "let me sing and I'm happy"! Stanley Blum Sings Some Enchanted Evening. Featuring Rodgers & Hammerstein's Some Enchanted Evening. After retiring from Pharmacy,Stanley pursued his lifelong ambition. Jazz London, HMF, UK.
Actor, Extra, Photographer, Singer, Sound Crew Member. London, United Kingdom. Have appeared in numerous amateur musicals, "Carousel" "The King and I" "Oklahoma" "South Pacific" "The Mikado" "Yeomen of the Guard" to mention a few. I am working on further Albums including one of "Songs from the Shows" and a further one containg "Cantorial Music".
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Stanley's Tribute to Al Jolson.
Stanley Blum, Actor: Stanley Blum: The Singing Gentleman. After his retirement as a Pharmacist, Stanley Blum pursued his true life ambition. Watching the film The Jolson Story (1946) at age 14 inspired Stanley Blum to sing. Paraphrasing Al Jolson, "let sing and he is happy"! The following year, he took part in the Carol Levis Talent Competition at the. Game of Thrones" Season 8 has finally premiered, so in celebration we find out which characters fans relate to the most.
A Tribute To Al Jolson is a English album released on Apr 2012. A Tribute To Al Jolson Album has 12 songs sung by Maurice Chevalier. Listen to all songs in high quality & download A Tribute To Al Jolson songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
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A perfect tribute to Al Jolson, this movie is as schmaltzy, spirited, and unforgettable as the singer himself. It affectionately traces Jolson’s tune-packed, knee-bending fifty years in show business. With Larry Parks catching the Mammy singer’s eye-rolling exuberance in a bang-up impersonation, the film highlights in Technicolor such Jolson lore as his bouncy blackface routines, his one-man shows at Broadway’s Winter Garden, and his pioneering in talking pictures.
Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Composed by Louis Silvers and written by . De Sylva, this song debuted in the 1921 Broadway musical Bombo and was performed by Al Jolson. You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet, in 1961. This song was featured in the 1948 film musical April Showers, starring Jack Carson and Ann Sothern as a married couple in a struggling vaudeville act. This song has a rare claim to fame in that it was sung in a courtroom (by a judge).