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Ask A Cabaret Question Wednesday At McElrath Cabaret–Who Is Your Favorite Songwriter From the 1920s And Why? Join the Conversation!

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Just “Shakin’ The Blues Away”

Here’s some video from the Portland Dixieland Jazz Society’s Mardi Gras Party from February.  A great tune called “Shakin’ The Blues Away” written by Irving Berlin in 1927 and made very popular at the time by the “Sweetheart of Columbia … Continue reading

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