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Eubie! - Wikipedia
Eubie! Is a revue featuring the music of jazz/swing composer Eubie Blake , with lyrics by Noble Sissle , Andy Razaf , Johnny Brandon , F. E. Miller , and Jim Europe . As with most revues, the show features no book, but instead showcases 23 of Eubie Blake’s best songs.
Eubie! | Music Theatre International
Eubie! is a toe-tapping revue of Eubie Blake songs that stormed Broadway during the 1978-79 season to become the most recent success of a 75-year professional career. Nominated for three Tony Awards, the original production featured a pair of tap dancing wonders – brothers, Maurice and Gregory Hines.
Eubie Blake - Wikipedia
James Hubert Blake (February 7, 1887 – February 12, 1983), known as Eubie Blake, was an American composer, lyricist, and pianist of ragtime, jazz, and popular music. In 1921, he and his long-time collaborator Noble Sissle wrote Shuffle Along, one of the first Broadway musicals to be written and directed by African Americans.
Eubie Blake | American musician |
Eubie Blake: Eubie Blake, American pianist and composer of ragtime music, popular and vaudeville tunes, and scores for musical theatre—most notably Shuffle Along (1921), his groundbreaking collaboration with singer and lyricist Noble Sissle. Blake was raised by parents who were former slaves, and he was
Eubie! – Broadway Musical – Original | IBDB
Eubie! (Musical, Original) opened in New York City Sep 20, 1978 and played through Oct 7, 1979.
Eubie Blake - Pianist, Songwriter - Biography
Eubie Blake was born James Hubert Blake on February 7, 1883, in Baltimore, Maryland, to Emily Johnston and John Sumner Blake. Blake's religious mother ran a strict household while his father ...
The second, Eubie!, was a tribute to the songs of the great Eubie Blake. Eubie! was conceived and directed by Julianne Boyd, with choreography by Billy Wilson and Henry LeTang. Boyd assembled a great cast, which included the Hines brothers, Gregory and Maurice, Alaina Reed, Lynnie Godfrey, Terry Burrell, and other terrific singers and dancers.
Eubie Blake (1883-1983) - Find A Grave Memorial
Jazz Musician. Born James Hubert Blake in Baltimore, Maryland, he was a pioneer ragtime pianist and composer. In 1921, he wrote the Broadway musical Shuffle Along which was one of the first musicals ever to be written and directed by an African American. His other compositions included such hits as Bandana Days,...
Eubie! | Catco
Eubie! sizzles"-The Columbus Dispatch. CATCO’s contribution to central Ohio’s celebration of the Harlem Renaissance. Eubie! took Broadway by storm when it premiered in 1978. This revue features the music of famous jazz/swing musician Eubie Blake and contains twelve songs from the landmark 1921 production of Shuffle Along.
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