This week, it's all about love on Swing with Bill Cartwright. You'll hear such songs as Helen Forrest's "Taking a Chance on Love," Eileen Farrell's "Looking For a Boy and Pearl Bailey's "Frankie and Johnny."
There are some real classics on this week's Swing with Bill Cartwright, including Vaughn Monroe's "Riders in the Sky," Andrew Sisters' "Shortenin' Bread" and Frank Sinatra's "I've Got You Under My Skin."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright, it's a sweet mix of old & new with Rod Stewart's "It Had to Be You," Hoagy Carmichael's "Huggin and a Chalkin" and Bobby Darin's "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright, enjoy great favorites like Artie Shaw's "Back Bay Shuffle," Joe Gransden's "Let's Face the Music and Dance" and Duke Ellington's "I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright you'll hear songs of love like Ella Fitzgerald's "You Couldn't Be Cuter," Tony Bennett's "I Wish I Were In Love Again" and Frank Sinatra's "I've Got the World on a String."
This week on Swing with Bill Cartwright, you'll her many beautiful voices, including Mel Torme's "Don Cho Go Way Mad," Sammy Davis, Jr.'s "September Song" and The Four Freshmen's "Give Me the Simple Life."
You just might need your dancing shoes for this week's Swing with Bill Cartwright as you'll hear such tunes as Pearl Bailey's "The Hucklebuck," Gene Krupa's "Let Me Off Uptown" and Duke Ellington's classic "It Don't Mean a Thing if..."
This episode of Swing with Bill Cartwright is an encore presentation from January 31, 2015.
The program begins with "Day In, Day Out" by Diana Krall and ends with "I Can't Get Started" by Bunny Berigan. Also heard in this show is music by vocalists Ella Fitzgerald, Linda Ronstadt, Dinah Washington, and Natalie Cole.
This is an encore performance of Swing with Bill Cartwright from January 24, 2015
Join Bill Cartwright for another wonderful program featuring classic swing songs. The show begins with "Bugle Call Rag" by Glen Gray which is followed by the legendary vocalist Billie Holiday doing "Somebody's on My Mind," and Frank Sinatra's "I Wish I Were in Love Again." After the mid-show break, Bobby Darin performs the classic "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square." And the program ends with Cincinnati's own Blue Wisp Big Band performing "I Won't Dance."
This episode of Swing With Bill Cartwright is an encore broadcast from January 10, 2015.
On this show you'll hear a few musicians you may not have heard in awhile. There's Anita O'Day, Rod Stewart, and Larry Clinton. During the second half hour, you'll hear from Stacey Kent, John Pizzarelli and Shorty Rogers. And the show ends with "Avalon" by Benny Goodman.
This is an encore presentation of Swing with Bill Cartwright from January 3, 2015
This week's show begins with Bing Crosby's "Deed I Do" and the King Sisters performing "That's All." Bill also includes songs by Billie Holiday, Carly Simon and Rosemary Clooney. The last three songs of the program feature Frank Sinatra, "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To," June Christy's "You Came a Long Way from St. Louis," and finally Benny Goodman with "Jumpin' at the Woodside."
Swing in the new year with this encore presentation on Swing With Bill Cartwright from December 27, 2014.
Join Bill for a great show that starts with Chris Connor's version of "Jeepers Creepers" followed by Nat King Cole and "There Will Never Be Another You." You'll also hear from Bing Crosby, Julie London, and Jo Stafford. Some of the big bands featured include Buddy Rich, Duke Ellington, and Benny Goodman.
It's a special encore presentation of the Swing With Bill Cartwright Christmas Show from December 20, 2014!
The program begins with Ella Fitzgerald's version of "White Christmas" and then later in the show you'll hear the classic rendition of "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby. You'll also hear Joe Williams singing "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "My Favorite Things" performed by Barbra Streisand, and Peggy Lee's "Winter Wonderland." Other classic songs will be sung by Manhattan Transfer, Diana Krall, and Harry Connick, Jr.