Smooth vocals meet a soaring trumpet. Bing Crosby and Louis Armstrong struck up a friendship in the 1920s, and their collaboration would flourish on stage, in movies, and on radio and TV over the next fifty years. Together they invented the music we all love, with tunes like “That’s Jazz,” “Basin Street Blues,” and many more. Join Warren Oree's "Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble featuring vocalist Greg Farnese pay tribute to these American music icons.
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