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Graham Pass brings you the finest crooners, songbirds, vocal groups and instrumentalists.

More swinging performances from across the years and around the world featuring the finest crooners, songbirds, small groups, big bands, orchestras and instrumentalists.
Meeting two more witnesses to musical history from Graham’s archive of interviews: Bandleader Bob Crosby and Singer Anita O’Day. Graham’s musical theme this week is a celebration of “Octave Leaps ?, those attractive musical jumps at the beginning of songs such as “Somewhere Over The Rainbow ?

Graham Pass brings you the finest crooners, songbirds, vocal groups and instrumentalists.

More swinging performances from across the years and around the world featuring the finest crooners, songbirds, small groups, big bands, orchestras and instrumentalists.

We’ll be meeting two more witnesses to musical history from Graham’s archive of interviews:
In part one, Composer, Arranger, Trumpeter and Conductor Billy May who was born on November the 10th 1916…

And in part two, veteran American Saxophonist Les Robinson who was born on November the 10th 1914.

And Graham’s musical theme this week is a further celebration of “Octave Leaps ?, those attractive musical jumps at the beginning of songs such as “Somewhere Over The Rainbow ?

Graham Pass brings you the finest crooners, songbirds, vocal groups and instrumentalists.

More swinging performances from across the years and around the world featuring the finest crooners, songbirds, small groups, big bands, orchestras and instrumentalists.

Also, Graham talks exclusively to Dame Cleo Laine on the occasion of her 90th birthday.

And Graham’s musical theme this week is a celebration of “Spooky Songs For Halloween ? which comes around to haunt us again on Tuesday.

Graham Pass brings you the finest crooners, songbirds, vocal groups and instrumentalists.

More swinging performances from across the years and around the world featuring the finest crooners, songbirds, small groups, big bands, orchestras and instrumentalists. Also, meet two more witnesses to musical history from Graham’s archive of interviews: Bandleader Charlie Barnet and Arranger Bill Finegan. Graham’s musical theme this week is a celebration of “Octave Leaps ?, those attractive musical jumps at the beginning of songs such as “Somewhere Over The Rainbow ?

Graham Pass brings you the finest crooners, songbirds, vocal groups and instrumentalists.

Graham’s special guest is Singer and Songwriter Mark Reilly of Matt Bianco whose new Jazz & Latin album has just been released.
Graham’s musical theme this week is a celebration of “Ocatve Leaps ?, those attractive musical jumps at the beginning of songs such as “Somewhere Over The Rainbow".