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  1. In this program we feature the Dorsey Band with Sinatra, Jo Stafford and the Pied Pipers. Hope you enjoy. During the height of the “Big Band Era” Tommy Dorsey and his Orchestra were ...

    • 25 Min.
    • 49,7K
    • Barry Papiernik
  2. The Pied Pipers were an American popular singing group originally formed in the late 1930s. They had several chart hits throughout the 1940s, both under their own name and in association with Tommy Dorsey, with Johnny Mercer and with Frank Sinatra.

  3. In den 1960er Jahren traten sie mit der Tommy Dorsey Ghost Band auf. Die Gruppe besteht noch heute, zurzeit aus Nancy Knorr, Don Lucas, Kevin Kennard, Chris Sanders und David Zack, die mit dem Jimmy Dorsey Orchester auftreten.

  4. 22. Juni 2019 · Star Dust (Parish-Carmichael) by Tommy Dorsey & his Orchestra, vocal by Frank Sinatra and The Pied PipersOne of eight Dorsey-Sinatra hits in this 1941 collec...

    • 3 Min.
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    • The78Prof
  5. 2. Jan. 2011 · Tommy Dorsey ft Frank Sinatra & the Pied Pipers - Stardust (RCA Victor Records 1940) "Stardust" is an American popular song composed in 1927 by Hoagy Carmichael with lyrics added in 1929...

    • 4 Min.
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    • RoundMidnightTV
  6. The most successful and best-known million selling single version of the song was recorded by Tommy Dorsey and His Orchestra, with vocals provided by Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers. This recording was released as a Victor 78, 26628A, in 1940.

  7. The remaining Pipers (Billy Wilson, Chuck Lowry, Jo Stafford, and her then-husband John Huddleston) joined the Tommy Dorsey Band in 1939, backing Sinatra on many classic recordings. In 1942 The Pied Pipers broke away from Dorsey, and Huddleston joined the army, to be replaced by Hal Hopper, one of the original eight members. The group backed ...