The 3rd concert in this year’s Jazz Kings’ theme, “Three Little Words” is directed by Shirley Andress, who will be joined by Haley Steinberger, Michael Stone and Bob Cross and the Jazz Kings Septet for a wonderful evening of love and “togetherness” songs.
“These famous three little words, ‘side by side’ are…‘I love you’!” Shirley explains. “I find it incredible that these important words can have such an impact on our lives. What other words carry the same important message of, ‘I’m here for you through the good and the bad, through success and failure, through the beautiful and the ugly and everything in between’?
“The composers and lyricists of the American Songbook knew those few simple words could never be said enough. Songs have nurtured relationships since the beginning of time and I would guess that 90% of all songs speak, in some way, to the many types of relationships we find ourselves involved in. Side By Side is an expression of those different types of relationships: Friendship, Buddies, Pals, Lovers and sometimes the relationships we have with ‘things’.” We hope you join us!
- introduced in DuBarry Was A Lady
|C. Porter (w/m)|
| ||My Buddy(1922)||G. Kahn (w), W. Donaldson (m)|
| ||Let's Fall In Love(1934)|
- introduced in Let's Fall In Love
|T. Koehler (w), H. Arlen (m)|
| ||Tea For Two(1925)|
- introduced in No, No Nanette
|I. Caesar/O. Harbach (w), V. Youmans (m)|
| ||You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You(1944)||R. Morgan/L. Stock/J. Cavanaugh (w/m)|
|SET II - Together Wherever We Go.|
| ||(Love Is) The Tender Trap(1955)|
- introduced in (Love Is) The Tender Trap
|S. Cahn (w), J. Van Heusen (m)|
| ||Anything You Can Do(1946)|
- introduced in Annie Get Your Gun
|I. Berlin (w/m)|