(Documentary) (performer: "Beer Barrel Polka" music by nm1138375 & nm0114095)
(performer: "Show Me The Way To Go Home")
(performer: "The Yellow Rose of Texas")
(performer: "Jingle Bells")
(performer: "Carolina in the Morning" (1922), "Happy Days Are Here Again" (1929))
(performer: "She Wore a Yellow Ribbon")
The Way It Was
(TV Series) (performer: "Happy Days Are Here Again" - uncredited)
Single (as Mitch Miller and the Singalong Gang): "Dear World" / "One Person" (Diamond Records)
1 Portrayal |
4 Articles |
Did You Know?
[When asked his opinion, in the early 1960s, of rock music] It's not a music, it's a disease.
Mitch Miller came up with the idea for his singalong albums in 1958, drawing on a repertory that ordinary people had sung in churches and parlors for decades. By the time he recorded the first "Sing Along With Mitch" album, he had already had success with this approach on the singles chart, scoring a No. 1 hit in 1955 with an arrangement of "The Yellow Rose of Texas." Mitch Miller and the Gang ...