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Brother Can You Spare a Dime?

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Live at the Kessler Theater


The "Singapore Slingers" perform at the Kessler Theater in Dallas, Texas during July 2014 featuring Matt Tolentino director & vocals, Phil West and Matt Seppeler trumpet, John Dailey trombone, Dave Washburn clarinet, Cassie Conway, Blaise Parker, and David Lovrien clarinet & sax, Evan Wennerberg flute, Linda Proch, Jim Herrera, and Kevin Yu violin, Cynthia Dashiell viola, Gretchen Nichols cello, Robert Edwards piano, George Gagliardi banjo & guitar, Charlie Horwitz string bass, Irwin Arnstein tuba, and Michael Plotkin drums, bells, & xylophone.

*"Brother Can You Spare a Dime?" was composed in 1930 by Jay Gorney with lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. The song was featured in the 1932 musical revue "Americana".

Filmed by Irwin Arnstein at concert celebrating Matt Tolentino's "Singapore Slingers'" CD release this performance does well to capture their world class orchestra's vintage charm.

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