Bob Crosby's Club 15 (1947-1949)

by G.E. Hewitt

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Date: July 2, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#3)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt Guilty - 2:03(Harry Akst, Gus Kahn, Richard Whiting) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discR-54-18 — Club Fifteen AFRS #18   (1948)
b. rt Old Devil Moon(Burton Lane, E.Y. Harburg) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued

"Old Devil Moon" may be lost.


Date: July 25, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#20)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Passing By - 2:25(John Hess, Paul Misraki, Jack Lawrence, Charles Trenet) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt Night And Day - 1:59(Cole Porter) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: CBS Radio acetate — Club 15 (47/07/25)   (1947)

Bob Crosby (v) on b; The Modernaires (v) on b.


Date: September 15, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#56) Rehearsal

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Singin' In The Rain - 6:25(Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt The Trolley Song(Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin) / arr: Jerry Gray
c. rt Till The Clouds Roll By(Jerome Kern, P.G. Wodehouse) / arr: Jerry Gray
d. rt April Showers(Louis Silvers, Buddy De Sylva) / arr: Jerry Gray
e. rt Rain On The Roof(Ann Ronell) / arr: Jerry Gray
f. rt Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon(Irving Berlin) / arr: Jerry Gray
g. rt Singin' In The Rain(Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed) / arr: Jerry Gray
All titles on: production acetate — Club 15 (47/09/15)   (1947)

a, b, c, d, e, f, g performed as medley.

The Modernaires (v) on b-c, g.

The Modernaires also sing "Stormy Weather" and "Look For The Silver Lining" with Virginia Maxey during this medley.


Date: September 17, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#58)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Love And The Weather(Irving Berlin) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued
b. rt Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone) - 5:50(Will Jason, Val Burton) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/09/17)   (1947)
c. rt Lullaby Of Broadway(Harry Warren, Al Dubin) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/09/17)   (1947)
d. rt Lullaby Of Broadway(Harry Warren, Al Dubin) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/09/17)   (1947)

b, c, d performed as medley.

Bob Crosby (v) on b-d; The Modernaires (v) on c-d.

Broadcast date is tentative.

1. Unissued
"Love And The Weather" may be lost.

2. The 'Manhattan' Medley
The Modernaires also sing "Forty-Second Street", "Broadway Rose", "Give My Regard To Broadway" and a solo rendition of "Lullaby Of Broadway" during this performance.


Date: October 14, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#77)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt You Do - 1:51(Josef Myrow, Mack Gordon) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt You're An Old Smoothie - 1:26(Richard Whiting, Buddy De Sylva, Nacio Herb Brown) / arr: Jerry Gray
c. rt Lazy Countryside - 1:52(Bobby Worth) / arr: Jerry Gray
All titles on: Redmond Nostalgia CD842 — Bob Crosby's Club 15   
CBS Radio acetate — Club 15 (47/10/14)   (1947)

Bob Crosby (v) on b.


Date: November 18, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#102)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt The Stanley Steamer - 2:19(Harry Warren, Ralph Blane) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt Someone To Watch Over Me - 3:03(George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: Redmond Nostalgia CD842 — Bob Crosby's Club 15   
CBS Radio acetate — Club 15 (47/11/18)   (1947)

Bob Crosby (v) on a; The Modernaires (v) on a.


Date: November 25, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#107)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt Golden Earrings - 2:24(Victor Young, Ray Evans, Jay Livingston) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt Let's Be Sweethearts Again - 1:59(Jerry Marlowe, Eddie Maxwell) / arr: Jerry Gray
U.S. Government disc8571 — Here's To Veterans #82   (1948)
Both titles on: Redmond Nostalgia CD842 — Bob Crosby's Club 15   
CBS Radio acetate — Club 15 (47/11/25)   (1947)

Date: December 2, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#112)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt So Far - 2:45(Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt Pass That Peace Pipe - 1:49(Roger Edens, Hugh Martin, Ralph Blane) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: Redmond Nostalgia CD941 — Club 15 Starring Bob Crosby   
CBS Radio acetate — Club 15 (47/12/02)   (1947)

The Modernaires (v) on b.


Date: December 30, 1947
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#132)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt A Fellow Needs A Girl(Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued
b. rt Summertime - 7:01(George Gershwin, Dubose Heyward) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/12/30)   (1947)
c. rt The Birth Of The Blues(Buddy De Sylva, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/12/30)   (1947)
d. rt St. Louis Blues(W.C. Handy) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/12/30)   (1947)
e. rt Blues In The Night(Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/12/30)   (1947)
f. rt Summertime(George Gershwin, Dubose Heyward) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (47/12/30)   (1947)

b, c, d, e, f performed as medley.

Bob Crosby (v) on b-c, e-f; The Modernaires (v) on b, e-f.

1. Unissued
"A Fellow Needs A Girl" may be lost.

2. The 'Summertime' Medley
The Modernaires also sing "Wabash Blues" during this performance.


Date: February 24, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#172)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Embraceable You - 2:33(George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt This Can't Be Love - 1:20(Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) / arr: Jerry Gray
c. rt Passing Fancy - 2:32(Bob Hilliard, Dave Mann) / arr: Jerry Gray
All titles on: CBS Radio acetate — Club 15 (48/02/24)   (1948)

Bob Crosby (v) on c; The Modernaires (v) on c.


Date: February 26, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#174)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Golden Earrings(Victor Young, Ray Evans, Jay Livingston) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued
b. rt Wabash Blues - 5:14(Fred Meinken, Dave Ringle) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/02/26)   (1948)
c. rt Down By The Ohio(Jack Yellen, Abe Olman) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/02/26)   (1948)
d. rt Chicago (That Toddlin' Town)(Fred Fisher) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/02/26)   (1948)
e. rt Carolina Moon(Joe Burke, Benny Davis) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/02/26)   (1948)
f. rt Missouri Waltz(Lee Edgar Settle, James Royce Shannon) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/02/26)   (1948)
g. rt Wabash Blues(Fred Meinken, Dave Ringle) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/02/26)   (1948)
h. rt Back Home Again In Indiana(James F. Hanley, Ballard MacDonald) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/02/26)   (1948)

b, c, d, e, f, g, h performed as medley.

Bob Crosby (v) on b-c, h; The Modernaires (v) on e, h.

1. Unissued
This rendition of "Golden Earrings" may be lost.

2. The 'Wabash Country Of Indiana' Medley
Bob Crosby sings "Kokomo, Indiana" with The Modernaires during this performance, and the latter also sing "Crazy Rhythm" and "Georgia On My Mind" in addition to short excerpts of "Memories" throughout.


Date: March 4, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#179)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, spk, mc), The Modernaires (v), Margaret Whiting (v, spk), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Haunted Heart - 1:49(Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt Tea For Two - 1:05(Vincent Youmans, Irving Caesar) / arr: Jerry Gray
c. rt Home, Sweet Home (There's No Place Like Home) - 5:02(Henry Rowley Bishop, John Howard Payne) / arr: Jerry Gray
d. rt There's A Small Hotel(Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart) / arr: Jerry Gray
e. rt Penthouse Serenade (When We're Alone)(Will Jason, Val Burton) / arr: Jerry Gray
f. rt Just A Cottage Small By A Waterfall(James F. Hanley, Buddy De Sylva) / arr: Jerry Gray
g. rt The Love Nest(Louis Hirsch, Otto Harbach) / arr: Jerry Gray
h. rt Home, Sweet Home (There's No Place Like Home)(Henry Rowley Bishop, John Howard Payne) / arr: Jerry Gray
All titles on: Redmond Nostalgia CD941 — Club 15 Starring Bob Crosby   
CBS Radio acetate — Club 15 (48/03/04)   (1948)

c, d, e, f, g, h performed as medley.

Bob Crosby (v) on b-h, (spk) on c-h; The Modernaires (v) on c, h; Margaret Whiting (spk) on c-h.

1. Sponsor Jingle
After the duet of "Tea For Two", Whiting and Crosby perform a jingle version with modified lyrics to promote the show's sponsor (Campbell Soup).

2. The 'Housing' Medley
This performance includes spoken interludes. The Modernaires sing another round of the titular song between "There's A Small Hotel" and "Penthouse Serenade".


Date: March 9, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#182)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Love Is So Terrific (Ouch! Terrific Thing) - 3:20(Sunny Skylar, Arthur Shaftel) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/03/09)   (1948)

Date: April 16, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#210)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Pied Pipers, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Somebody Loves Me - 2:02(George Gershwin, Buddy De Sylva, Ballard MacDonald) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discR-54-1 — Club Fifteen AFRS #1   (1948)
b. rt Matinee(Carl Sigman, Bob Russell) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued

Bob Crosby (v) on b; The Pied Pipers (v) on b.

1. Final Adjustments
"Somebody Loves Me" replaced originally planned "What's Good About Goodbye?" for this broadcast.

2. Unissued
"Matinee" has not been located, and the performance may be lost.

3. Broadcast Date/Episode
According to an original script, Whiting also performed "Somebody Loves Me" during an earlier broadcast. As such, the extant version may in fact originate from December 18, 1947 (episode #124). Thus, its inclusion here should be deemed tentative.


Date: April 20, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#212)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt It's You Or No One - 2:35(Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt If You Were The Only Girl In The World - 2:50(Nat D. Ayer, Clifford Grey) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: Armed Forces Radio Service discR-54-17 — Club Fifteen AFRS #17   (1948)

Bob Crosby (v) on b.


Date: April 22, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#214)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), The Pied Pipers, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt Nature Boy - 2:17(Eden Ahbez) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt You Must Have Been A Beautiful Baby - 1:13(Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: Armed Forces Radio Service discR-54-18 — Club Fifteen AFRS #18   (1948)

The Pied Pipers (v) on a.


Date: May 4, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#222)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Pied Pipers, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt It Was Written In The Stars - 2:19(Harold Arlen, Leo Robin) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt You Can't Be True, Dear - 3:38(Hans Otten, Ken Griffin, Hal Cotton) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: Armed Forces Radio Service discR-54-1 — Club Fifteen AFRS #1   (1948)

Bob Crosby (v) on b; The Pied Pipers (v) on b.


Date: August 11, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#8)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Look For The Silver Lining - 2:21(Jerome Kern, Buddy De Sylva) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt A Boy From Texas - A Girl From Tennessee - 1:42(John Benson Brooks, Joseph McCarthy, Jack Segal) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: Armed Forces Radio Service discR-54-82 — Club Fifteen AFRS #82   (1948)

Bob Crosby (v) on b.


Date: August 16, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#11)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt It's You Or No One(Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued
b. rt Flamingo - 6:12(Ted Grouya, Edmund Anderson) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/08/16)   (1948)
c. rt Bob White (Whatcha Gonna Swing Tonight?)(Bernie Hanighen, Johnny Mercer) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/08/16)   (1948)
d. rt Bluebird Of Happiness(Sandor Harmati, Harry Parr Davies, Edward Heyman) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/08/16)   (1948)

b, c, d performed as medley.

Bob Crosby (v) on c-d; The Modernaires (v) on d.

1. Unissued
This rendition of "It's You Or No One" may be lost.

2. The 'Bird Convention' Medley
Bob Crosby also sings "The Dickey-Bird Song", "Mister Meadowlark" and "Pretty Baby", and The Modernaires sing "We Had A Dream Of A Bird Convention", "Bye Bye Blackbird" and "Woody Woodpecker" during this performance.


Date: September 3, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#25)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt A Tree In The Meadow(Billy Reid) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued
b. rt Beyond The Blue Horizon - 5:27(Richard Whiting, W. Franke Harling, Leo Robin) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/09/03)   (1948)
c. rt Beyond The Sea(Charles Trenet, Jack Lawrence) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/09/03)   (1948)
d. rt Beyond The Sea(Charles Trenet, Jack Lawrence) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/09/03)   (1948)
e. rt The Things We Did Last Summer(Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/09/03)   (1948)
f. rt Beyond The Sea(Charles Trenet, Jack Lawrence) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/09/03)   (1948)
g. rt The Things We Did Last Summer(Jule Styne, Sammy Cahn) / arr: Jerry Gray
production acetate — Club 15 (48/09/03)   (1948)

b, c, d, e, f, g performed as medley.

Bob Crosby (v) on e-g; The Modernaires (v) on g.

1. Final Adjustments
In the original script for this broadcast, "Love Letters In The Sand” was planned for the medley with a vocal by Margaret Whiting, although it was penciled out by air time. Instead, Whiting repeats "Beyond The Sea" as a solo performance.

2. Unissued
This rendition of "A Tree In The Meadow" may be lost.

3. The 'Vacation' Medley
Bob Crosby sings "Memories", "Red Sails In The Sunset" and "South Sea Island Magic" during this performance, and The Modernaires also sing "By The Beautiful Sea" and "I'm Popeye The Sailor Man".


Date: September 14, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#32)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt Trouble Is A Man(Alec Wilder) / arr: Jerry Gray
unissued
b. rt Blow, Gabriel, Blow - 1:34(Cole Porter) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discEND-54-239 — Club Fifteen AFRS #239   (1949)

The Modernaires (v) on b.

"Trouble Is A Man" may be lost.


Date: September 16, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#34)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. RR-15660rt This Is The Moment - 2:17(Frederick Hollaender, Leo Robin) / arr: Jerry Gray
U.S. Government disc33116 — Here's To Veterans #119   (1948)

Date and episode number are tentative for this performance.


Date: September 26, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Lum and Abner (#256) "Surprise Party"

Bob Crosby, The Modernaires, Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Felix Mills (con), Wendell Niles (mc)

a. rt A Tree In The Meadow - 1:45(Billy Reid) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt Dancing In The Dark - 2:39(Arthur Schwartz, Howard Dietz) / arr: Jerry Gray
Both titles on: CBS Radio acetate — Lum and Abner (48/09/26)   (1948)

Bob Crosby (v) on b; The Modernaires (v) on b.

Although not a Club 15 broadcast, this date is reported in the series because Club 15 and its sponsor, Campbell Soup, are mentioned several times throughout the episode. This was an on-air surprise party to promote new Lum and Abner sponsor Frigidaire on the CBS network. Other guests were Hedda Hopper, Red Skelton, Bob Hope, and Jerry Colonna.


Date: November 9, 1948
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#72)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, spk, mc), The Modernaires (v), Margaret Whiting (v, spk), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con)

a. rt Far Away Places - 2:32(Joan Whitney, Alex Kramer) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt Singin' In The Rain - 4:24(Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed) / arr: Jerry Gray
c. rt Till The Clouds Roll By(Jerome Kern, P.G. Wodehouse) / arr: Jerry Gray
d. rt April Showers(Louis Silvers, Buddy De Sylva) / arr: Jerry Gray
e. rt Rain On The Roof(Ann Ronell) / arr: Jerry Gray
f. rt Call Me Up Some Rainy Afternoon(Irving Berlin) / arr: Jerry Gray
g. rt Singin' In The Rain(Nacio Herb Brown, Arthur Freed) / arr: Jerry Gray
All titles on: Armed Forces Radio Service discR-54-144 — Club Fifteen AFRS #144   (1948)

b, c, d, e, f, g performed as medley.

Bob Crosby (v) on b-g, (spk) on b-g; The Modernaires (v) on c, g; Margaret Whiting (spk) on b-g.

Date and episode number are tentative. The Modernaires also sing a brief passage of "Stormy Weather" during the medley.


Date: March 1, 1949
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#152)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt Forever And Ever - 2:10(Franz Winkler, Malia Rosa) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discEND-54-234 — Club Fifteen AFRS #234   (1949)

Date: March 3, 1949
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#154)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Bob Crosby (v, mc), Margaret Whiting (v), Jerry Gray (vn, con), unknown (acc)

a. rt Far Away Places - 2:31(Joan Whitney, Alex Kramer) / arr: Jerry Gray
b. rt If You Were The Only Girl In The World - 1:47(Nat D. Ayer, Clifford Grey) / arr: Jerry Gray
c. rt Pin A Message To A Star - 2:52(Murray McEachern, Carroll Carroll) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discEND-54-2xx — Club Fifteen AFRS #2xx   (1949)
All titles on: Armed Forces Radio Service discEND-54-237 — Club Fifteen AFRS #237   (1949)

Bob Crosby (v) on b; Jerry Gray (vn) on c.


Date: March 8, 1949
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#157)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt My Dream Is Yours - 1:44(Harry Warren, Ralph Blane) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discEND-54-239 — Club Fifteen AFRS #239   (1949)

Date: March 17, 1949
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#164)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt Molly Malone (Cockles And Mussels) - 1:50(James Yorkston) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discEND-54-244 — Club Fifteen AFRS #244   (1949)

Date: March 24, 1949
Location: Columbia Square Playhouse, 6121 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles
Bob Crosby's Club 15 (#169)

Cal Kuhl (pdr), Margaret Whiting (v), unknown (acc), Jerry Gray (con), Bob Crosby (mc)

a. rt Far Away Places - 2:22(Joan Whitney, Alex Kramer) / arr: Jerry Gray
Armed Forces Radio Service discEND-54-2xx — Club Fifteen AFRS #2xx   (1949)

This was Margaret's final appearance on Club 15.


Sessions Reported: 29

Performances Reported: 90

Unique Songs Reported: 69

Unique Issues Reported: 29