New York City member Ken Bloom, editor of our magazines, has a boutique recording company which features movie and show tunes.
Hear about the latest release on Terry Gross’ “Fresh Air” program on National Public Radio today. It may air at a different time than that stated so check the link at the bottom. Have yourself a merry little Christmas ! (RS)
|“HUGH MARTIN: HIDDEN TREASURES” TO BE FEATURED ON NPR’S “FRESH AIR WITH TERRY GROSS”|
Harbinger Records co-founders Bill Rudman and Ken Bloom will appear on the national NPR program “Fresh Air with Terry Gross” on Thursday, December 22nd to discuss the new Harbinger/TMTP CD collaboration “Hugh Martin: Hidden Treasures,” released December 1st.
Composer-lyricist Martin is best known for three classic American songs featured in MGM’s 1944 film musical Meet Me in St. Louis: “The Trolley Song,” “The Boy Next Door” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” But his output extended from 1941 (his first Broadway musical, Best Foot Forward) through 2010, an unprecedented career of seven decades that made him the elder statesman of American song.
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The segment will air Thursday evening
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