About Us | Contact | Subscribe

Home: 20's Jazz

Keep Your Sunny Side Up!

Johnny Hamp's
Kentucky Serenaders


Subscribe to 20's Jazz

Navigation:    Home    Back    More videos like this

Feat. Frank Luther


This recording was produced in New York City on September 13th 1929 featuring Frank Luther vocals, Johnny Hamp director, Clayton Tewkesbury and Lester Brewer trumpets, William Benedict trombone, Charles Dale or Ray Stillson clarinet, soprano, & alto sax, Howard Bartlett clarinet, soprano, & tenor sax, Hal White violin, Charles Buckwalter piano, Frank Masterson banjo, Edward Groff bass brass, and John Strouse drums.

*"Keep Your Sunny Side Up!" was co-written by Ray Henderson, B.G. DeSilva, and Lew Brown.

The song was first introduced just months before as sung by Janet Gaynor in the early Hollywood "talkie" appropriately named "Sunny Side Up". Directed by David Butler and starring Janet Gaynor and Charles Farrell, the romantic musical/comedy premiered at the Gaiety Theater in New York on October 3rd 1929.

If you enjoy 20sJazz.com, Please Share us with your Friends. Thanks!
For more Dance Orchestras videos, click here

See the complete catalog of
20's jazz videos

About Us | Privacy Policy | Contact