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Boogie Woogie Pianist and Vocalist Emma Jonson

Graham meets Pianist and Vocalist Emma Jonson at the Marlborough Jazz Festival.

Graham meets Boogie Woogie Pianist and Vocalist Emma Jonson whom he interviewed at the recent Marlborough Jazz Festival. Plus from the archive, Saxophonist and Bandleader Ken Mackintosh who was born 98 years ago on August the 4th, 1919; Graham will play his usual, mix of swinging performances from across the years and around the world featuring the finest crooners, songbirds, small groups, big bands, orchestras and instrumentalists. And his musical theme this week is a celebration of “Holidays!”

2 hours

Music Played

  • Part 1

    • Artie Shaw

      Let’s Walk

    • Anita O’Day

      Just One Of Those Things

    • Mel Tormé

      Blue Skies

    • Nancy Wilson

      I’ve Got Your Number

    • Jack Jones

      Luck Be A Lady

    • Astrud Gilberto

      Bossa Na Praia

    • Emma Jonson

      Cellar Boogie

    • Perry Como

      Gypsy In My Soul

    • Kenny Burrell


    • Tony Bennett & Count Basie

      With Plenty Of Money And You

    • Pearl Bailey


    • Ted Heath

      Turn On The Heath

    • Frank Sinatra

      On The Road To Mandalay

    • Julie London

      What Is This Thing Called Love

    • Sammy Davis Jr.

      Blame It On My Youth

    • Judy Garland

      This Is It

    • Nelson Riddle

      Lisboa Antigua

  • Part 2

    • Michael Bublé

      My Baby Just Cares For Me

    • Peggy Lee

      When In Rome

    • Hank Jones

      Heart And Soul

    • The Sauter-Finegan Orchestra

      The Moon Is Blue

    • Eliane Elias


    • Ken Mackintosh

      The Crocodile Crawl

    • Ella Fitzgerald

      Ding Dong The Witch Is Dead

    • Sidney Torch

      Holiday Spirit

    • Eydie Gormé

      I Feel So Spanish

    • Charlie Christian & Benny Goodman

      Solo Flight

    • Louis Armstrong

      La Vie En Rose

    • Stan Kenton

      Down In Chihuahua

    • Sarah Vaughan & Count Basie

      You Turned The Tables On Me

    • Charlie Shavers & Tommy Dorsey

      Shavers Shivers