(performer: "Smoke Get in Your Eyes")
(Documentary) (performer: "Song of India")
The Cat's Meow
(performer: "Charleston" (1923), "Linger A While" (1922), "Hot Lips" (1922) - as Paul Whitman) / (performer: "Stumbling" (1922), "Say It With Music" (1921), "Somebody Loves Me" (1924))
(music: "My Wonderful One")
All Night Long
(writer: "I Never Knew I Could Love Anybody Like I'm Loving You")
Rhapsody in Blue
(performer: "Rhapsody in Blue", "Blue Monday Blues" - uncredited)
("ON A SUNDAY AFTERNOON") / (performer: "I AIN'T GOT NOBODY MUCH (AND NOBODY CARES FOR ME)")
Active on Broadway in the following productions:
1 Biographical Movie |
3 Print Biographies |
5 Portrayals |
Paul Whiteman and Band
Did You Know?
Jazz is the folk music of the Industrial Age.
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he always kept an open, and enthusiastic, mind about what was going on in the music world. In 1966, he admitted that The Beatles
were "turning out some lovely stuff," and that "were I a young man getting started in the music business these days, I'd probably grow my hair long and form a rock 'n' roll band."