Thinking of You The Story of Kay Kyser

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Thinking of You   The Story of Kay Kyser
Author : Raymond D. Hair
File Size : 48,5 Mb
Publisher : Unknown
Language : English
Release Date : 01 April 2011
ISBN : 1593936362
Pages : 478 pages
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Thinking of You The Story of Kay Kyser by Raymond D. Hair Book PDF Summary

Kyser's Kollege of Musical Knowledge was the most popular radio show at that time. During World War II, Kay Kyser devoted most of his time to performing for the men and women serving in the military. In the early Forties, he changed his style from sweet to a moderate swing style that proved popular with the younger crowd. Kyser and his band appeared in several Hollywood films where he, unlike his contemporaries, was also featured as an actor. Thinking of You contains the life story of Kay Kyser, plus short biographies of the musicians and vocalists who worked for him.

Thinking of You   The Story of Kay Kyser

Kyser's Kollege of Musical Knowledge was the most popular radio show at that time. During World War II, Kay Kyser devoted most of his time to performing for the men and women serving in the military. In the early Forties, he changed his style from sweet to a moderate swing

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