Tommy Dorsey  1905 – 1956 was an American jazz trombonist, trumpeter, composer, and bandleader of the Big Band era. Frank Sinatra achieved his first great success as a vocalist in the Dorsey band and claimed he learned breath control from watching Dorsey play trombone.

Tommy Dorsey - I'm Getting Sentimental Over You - "Thomas Francis "Tommy" Dorsey, Jr. was an American jazz trombonist, trumpeter, composer, and bandleader of the Big Band era. He was known as "The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing".

Boogie Woogie - Glenn Miller & Tommy Dorsey The perfection of Boogie Woogie

Boogie Woogie- Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey. My sister Fran taught me how to Boogie to this when I was 9 and I've always loved this dance!

Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey Orchestra ( RCA, 1976) 12"  VINYL, LP Jazz Vocal #franksinatra #jazzvocal #jazz #malevocal #music #tommydorsey #bigbandjazz #vinyl

Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey Orchestra ( RCA, 1976) 12" VINYL, LP Jazz Vocal

Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey Orchestra ( RCA, 1976) 12" VINYL, LP Jazz Vocal #franksinatra #jazzvocal #jazz #malevocal #music #tommydorsey #bigbandjazz #vinyl

Tommy Dorsey

Tommy Dorsey - American jazz trombonist, trumpeter, composer, and bandleader of the Big Band era. - Kensico Cemetery Valhalla, New York

Tommy Dorsey - one of the greatest trombonists and big band performers of all time.  Tommy Dorsey Band was great

Tommy Dorsey - one of the greatest trombonists and big band performers of all time. Tommy Dorsey Band was great

Tommy Dorsey / Glenn Miller / Benny Goodman / Artie Shaw ‎– Up Swing (19...

Tommy Dorsey / Glenn Miller / Benny Goodman / Artie Shaw ‎– Up Swing

Trombonist/bandleader Tommy Dorsey was born today 11-19 in 1905. He was known as the 'Sentimental Gentleman of Swing,' and famous for his band singer, Frank Sinatra. Some of the songs he's most associated with include Marie, Opus One and I'll Never Smile Again. Tommy Dorsey passed in 1956.

Trombonist/bandleader Tommy Dorsey & his band singer, Frank Sinatra

All About Jazz is celebrating Tommy Dorsey

Bandleader-musician, Tommy Dorsey (November 1905 – November - Birth name: Thomas Francis Dorsey - Birth place: Mahanoy Plane, Pennsylvania - Place of death: Greenwich, Connecticut

Tommy Dorsey, "Marie" (click and listen)

JoanMira - 3 - In the heat of the night: Tommy Dorsey - "Marie" - Video - Music

Tea For Two! (Tommy Dorsey) (Lyrics) (1925) (Cha Cha Cha) Beautiful 4K M...

Scandal 403 “Inside the Bubble” Synopsis and Promotional Pictures

I'll Never Smile Again ~ Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra, featuring Frank Sinatra and the Pied Pipers

- I will never smile again - Tommy Dorsey. The Sentimental Gentleman of Swing - as people commonly know Tommy Dorsey, trombone player/singer of the big band era . here's my fav song - I'll never smile again :)

A group photograph of MGM’s stars and starlets under contract, taken for the studio’s 20th anniversary in 1943. James Stewart, Margaret Sullavan, Lucille Ball, Hedy Lamarr, Katharine Hepburn, Harry James, Brian Donlevy, Red Skelton, Mickey Rooney, William Powell, Wallace Beery, Tommy Dorsey, George Murphy, Jean Rogers, James Craig, Donna Reed, Dame May Whitty, Reginald Owen, Keenan Wynn, Diana Lewis, Marilyn Maxwell, Esther Williams, Blanche Ring, Sara Haden, Fay Holden, Bert Lahr, Frances…

A group photograph of MGM’s stars and starlets under contract, taken for the studio’s anniversary in Awesome! No Angela Lansbury but the photo is cut off so maybe she's there in the portion that isn't showing.

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra with Frank Sinatra - I'll Be Seeing You (My favorite version)

Tommy Dorsey (Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers vocal) - Street of Dreams. This is my favorite song they recorded together. I played this over and over in high school when I first got into big band music (late

On February 24 1940, Tommy Dorsey's orchestra with Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers had a live broadcast show at The Meadowbrook, New Jersey. It was a one-hour long broadcast on NBC Radio and they performed the following songs:    College Medley  A Lover Is Blue  Easy Does It  March of The Toys  What Can I Say Dear After

On February 24 1940, Tommy Dorsey's orchestra with Frank Sinatra, Jo Stafford and The Pied Pipers had a live broadcast show at The Meadowbrook, New Jersey. It was a one-hour long broadcast on NBC Radio and they performed the following songs: College Medley A Lover Is Blue Easy Does It March of The Toys What Can I Say Dear After

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