Star Spangled Radio Hour - 1.26.19

Saturday, January 26th

SSRH 451

January 26, 2019


Coca Cola Company Network Broadcasts

Armed Forces Radio Service Rebroadcasts
AFRS No. 193
Dubbed from Blue Network No. 348
Freddie Slack and his Orchestra
Saturday, October 30, 1943
6:30-6:55 pm PWT

San Pedro Naval Station, California
Jackson Wheeler, announcer

Blue Network No. 353
Jack Teagarden and his Orchestra
Friday, November 5, 1943
6:30-6:55 pm PWT
Blythe Army Air Base, California
Jackson Wheeler, announcer

Blue Network No. 372

Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra

Saturday, November 27, 1943

9:30-9:55 pm EWT

Trico Products Corporation

Buffalo, New York

Wayne Griffin, announcer

Blue Network No. 373

Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra

Monday, November 29, 1943

9:30-9:55 pm EWT
Fort Wadsworth, New York

Michael Roy, announcer

AFRS No. 235

From Blue Network No. 390

Dean Hudson and his Orchestra

Saturday, December 18, 1943

9:30-9:55 pm EWT
Marine Corps Camp LeJeune, New River, North Carolina

Wayne Griffin, announcer

AFRS No. 237

From Blue Network No. 392

Monday, December 20, 1943

6:30-6:55 pm PWT
Freddy Martin and his Orchestra

Marine Corps Air Depot, San Diego, California

Jackson Wheeler, announcer

Program Note:

After recording our conversation for this week’s program, we added the VPSB episode with Duke Ellington as a substitute for a VPSB episode with Alvino Rey, which we had to remove for technical reasons.

SSRH 451 Playlist

(30Oct43) Coca Cola Signature, Rivette, I Heard You Cried Last Night (Margaret Whiting, vocal), The Moon is Low, Rose Room (Barney Bigard, clarinet) (to AFRS close) (5Nov43) Coca Cola Signature, Swingin’ on a Teagarden Gate, Heavenly Music (Phyllis Lane, vocal),Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen (Jack Teagarden, vocal), Rhythm Hymn, Commercial, Coca Cola Fanfare, People Will Say We’re in Love (Phyllis Lane, vocal), Baby, Won’t You Please Come Home (Jack Teagarden, vocal), Salute to Blythe Army Air Base and RNZAF “Kiwi” aircrew training, Fort Knox Jump, I Gotta Right to Sing the Blues (theme), Coca Cola Signature (program close) (27Nov43), Coca-Cola Signature (program open), Blue Skies, Do Nothin’ ‘Till You Hear From Me (Al Hibbler, vocal), A Slip of the Lip (Might Sink a Ship) (Ray Nance, vocal), I Didn’t Know About You, Commercial, I Wonder (Betty Roche, vocal), Rockin’ in Rhythm, Things Ain’t What They Used To Be (theme), Coca-Cola Signature (program close) (29Nov43) Coca Cola Signature (program open), Opus No. 1, Goodbye, Sue (Teddy Walters, Betty Brewer and the Sentimentalists, vocal), I Never Knew (The Sentimentalists, vocal), When They Ask About You (Betty Brewer, vocal), Commercial, Three Little Words, Salute to Fort Wadsworth, Paramount on Parade, I’m Gettin’ Sentimental Over You (theme), Coca Cola Signature (program close) (18Dec43) Dubbed AFRS Open, Coca Cola Signature, Swingin’ with the Dean, I’ve Had This Feeling Before (Phil Hill, vocal), Poinciana, Shoo Shoo Baby (Rusty Nichols, vocal), I’ve Found a New Baby (the band, vocal) (to AFRS close) (20Dec43) Dubbed AFRS Open, Coca Cola Signature, They’re Either Too Young or Too Old (The Martin Men, vocal), My Heart Tells Me (Artie Wayne, vocal), Rhapsody in Blue (Jack Fina, piano), Shoo Shoo Baby (Glen Hughes, vocal), Star Dust (to AFRS close)