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"There's No One But You" ~ Kay Kyser & His Orchestra w/ Michael Douglas & The Moonbeamers (1946)

"There's No One But You" ~ Kay Kyser & His Orchestra w/ Michael Douglas & The Moonbeamers (1946)

Kay Kaiser (playlist)

Kay Kaiser (playlist)

Vocalist, Bob Eberly  (July 24, 1916, – November 17, 1981) - Birth name: Robert Eberle - Birth place: Mechanicville, New York - Place of death: Glen Burnie, Maryland - Older brother of Ray Eberle - Bob was a vocalist with Jimmy Dorsey's Orchestra for many years and his brother, Ray, sang with Glenn Miller's Orchestra.

Vocalist, Bob Eberly (July 24, 1916, – November 17, 1981) - Birth name: Robert Eberle - Birth place: Mechanicville, New York - Place of death: Glen Burnie, Maryland - Older brother of Ray Eberle - Bob was a vocalist with Jimmy Dorsey's Orchestra for many years and his brother, Ray, sang with Glenn Miller's Orchestra.

By the late 1950's, Capitol Records was still going strong with it's roster of name orchestra's;  as this advertisement proves

By the late 1950's, Capitol Records was still going strong with it's roster of name orchestra's; as this advertisement proves

Sheet music for, "Come To Baby, Do" by Les Brown & His Orchestra w/ vocal by Doris Day - Jimmy Dorsey, Georgie Auld, Jack Smith, Nat Cole, & Duke Ellington also made recordings of this composition.

Sheet music for, "Come To Baby, Do" by Les Brown & His Orchestra w/ vocal by Doris Day - Jimmy Dorsey, Georgie Auld, Jack Smith, Nat Cole, & Duke Ellington also made recordings of this composition.

Sheet Music: "Daybreak" - Words by: Harold Adamson & Music by: Ferde Grofe - Featured by: Harry James & His Orchestra

Sheet Music: "Daybreak" - Words by: Harold Adamson & Music by: Ferde Grofe - Featured by: Harry James & His Orchestra

Sheet music for, "Rumors Are Flying" by Frankie Carle And His Orchestra w/ Marjorie Hughes - Words & Music by Bennie Benjamin & George Weiss

Sheet music for, "Rumors Are Flying" by Frankie Carle And His Orchestra w/ Marjorie Hughes - Words & Music by Bennie Benjamin & George Weiss