The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


87861. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #224. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Cuban Moonlight." Jan Peerce's first song, "You Started Me Dreaming." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "The Hopkins Family Motors To The Wide Open Spaces." The date is approximate. Graham McNamee (announcer ?), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87804. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #42. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet ($500 slogan contest). The first tune is, "La Cumparsita." The program closing and one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey brothers are not announced as being on the program. Tommy Dorsey (?), Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), Tommy McLaughlin (baritone), Jimmy Dorsey (?). 13:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87803. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #41. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet ($500 slogan contest). The second tune is, "When I Grow Too Old To Dream." The program closing and one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey Brothers are not announced as being on the program. Tommy Dorsey (?), Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), Tommy McLaughlin (baritone), Jimmy Dorsey (?). 13:05. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87802. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #40. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet ($500 slogan contest). The first tune is, "New England In The Rain." The program closing and one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey brothers are not announced as being on the program. Tommy Dorsey (?), Tommy McLaughlin (baritone), Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey (?). 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87801. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #39. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "It's You." The program closing and one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey brothers are not announced as being on the program. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), Tommy Dorsey (?), The Chevrolet Quartet, Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Jimmy Dorsey (?). 13:10. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87800. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #34. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Somebody Loves Me." The program closing and one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey brothers are not announced as being on the program. Tommy Dorsey (?), Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), Jimmy Dorsey (?). 14:15. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87799. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #33. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The second tune is, "Macushla." The program closing and one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey brothers are not announced as being on the program. Jimmy Dorsey (?), Tommy Dorsey (?), Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Chevrolet Quartet. 14:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87798. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #30. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The second tune is, "If There Is Someone Lovelier Than You." The program closing and one one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey brothers are not announced as being on the program. Jimmy Dorsey (?), Tommy Dorsey (?), Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Chevrolet Quartet, Victor Arden and His Orchestra. 13:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87797. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #29. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "About A Quarter-To-Nine." The program closing and one commercial are added locally. The date is approximate. The Dorsey brothers are not announced as being on the program. The Chevrolet Quartet, Jimmy Dorsey (?), Tommy Dorsey (?), Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), Doris Wilson (vocal). 13:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

27567. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is a medley of, "Shine On Your Shoes," and "Louisiana Hayride." Announced as "electrically transcribed through the facilities of the World Broadcasting System." Rubinoff does not appear, neither does Jan Peerce. The two vocalists are not identified. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad). 13:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27566. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "The Sidewalks Of New York," Jan Peerce sings, "Torna A Sorrento." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "Mrs. Jones Verifies A Real Life Tip." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 15:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27563. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Where There's You, There's Me," Jan Peerce sings, "The Spirit Flower." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "The Johnson Family Picnic." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 15:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27562. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Chiquita." Jan Peerce sings, "Am I Intruding?" The Chevrolet commercial is, "Steering Father Right." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:27. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27559. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "You." Jan Peerce sings, "Sylvia." The Chevrolet commercial consists of testimonials from happy owners. The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:25. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27556. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is "An Italian Melody." Jan Peerce sings, "Trees." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "Low Haulage Costs Trump The Trick." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27555. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "San Francisco." Jan Peerce sings, "O Solo Mio." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "Bill Gets Wise To Low Truck Costs." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:04. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27554. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I've Got A Heavy Date." Jan Peerce sings, "No Greater Love." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "The Young Harry Smiths Solve A Financial Crisis." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:59. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27553. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "The National Emblem March" (in swing!). Jan Peerce sings,"Don't Love Again." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "The Head Of The Firm Meets Bill's Wife." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 15:03. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27550. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "River Man." Jan Peerce sings, "I Love Life." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "The Old Bunch Saves Money." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27548. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I Want To Be With You." Jan Peerce sings, "I Heard You Sing." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "A Family Council At The Breakfast Table." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (announcer), Jan Peerce. 14:58. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27547. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Us On A Bus." Jan Peerce sings, "Love, I Have Won You." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "Business Tests the O.K. Way Of Saving Dollars." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 13:13. Audio condition: Very good. Complete.

27546. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Do Ya, Don't Ya, Will Ya, Won't Ya." Jan Peerce sings, "Would You?" The Chevrolet commercial is called, "Madge Gets A Tip From Dad." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27544. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "School Days. Jan Peerce sings, "My Kingdom For A Kiss." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "Waiting At The Airport." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27545. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #192. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Midnight In Santiago." Jan Peerce sings, "Macushla." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "Dad's Money Saving Tip." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce, Virginia Raye. 15:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110485. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #1. Chevrolet syndication, World vertical transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet, the first commercial is added locally. Matrix #SS8356-3. The first tune is, "I Love Louisa." Neither the orchestra nor the vocalists are identified. Westbrook Van Voorhis (billed as "Hugh Conrad"). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

110486. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1935. Program #2. Chevrolet syndication, World vertical transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet, the first commercial is added locally. The first tune is, "La Cucaracha." Matrix #SS8359-3. Neither the orchestra nor the vocalists are identified. Westbrook Van Voorhis (billed as "Hugh Conrad"). 14:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Otherwise complete.

87853. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 5, 1935. Program #187. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Thanks A Million." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "Two Traveling Salesmen Meet." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (announcer), Virginia Rea (who was previously known as "Olive Palmer"). 14:20. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87855. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 7, 1935. Program #193. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Life Begins When You're in Love." The Chevrolet commercial is titled is, "A Bargain Buying Lesson." The date is approximate. Virginia Rea ("The clear, flute-like soprano" who was previously known as "Olive Palmer"), Graham McNamee (announcer), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"). 14:18. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

12795. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 12, 1935. Program #188. Syndicated. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Cosi, Cosa." David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (host), Jan Peerce. 14:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

12794. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 14, 1935. Program #194. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "That's What You Think." David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (announcer), Jan Peerce. 14:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87854. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 19, 1935. Program #189. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Wake Up and Sing." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "Two Business Partners Pocket A Savings." The date is approximate. Graham McNamee (announcer), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Virginia Rea (who was previously known as "Olive Palmer"). 14:07. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87856. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 21, 1935. Program #195. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "East Of The Sun." The Chevrolet commercial consists of testimonials from happy Chevrolet used car customers. Graham mentions after the commercial that Rubinoff is playing on his Stradivarius. The date is approximate. Virginia Rea (who was previously known as "Olive Palmer"), Graham McNamee (announcer), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"). 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27558. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 26, 1935. Program #190. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I'm In My Glory." Jan Peerce sings, "Lovely Lady." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "Mother Finds A Bargain." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:50. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27561. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. July 28, 1935. Program #196. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Let's Face The Music and Dance." Jan Peerce sings, "Cling To Me." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "The Young Jack Wilsons Hold A Breakfast Council." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:41. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

87857. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. August 4, 1935. Program #197. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I'm Shooting High." The Chevrolet commercial consists of testimonials from satisfied used Chevrolet buyers. The date is approximate. Graham McNamee (announcer ?), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Virginia Rea (who was previously known as "Olive Palmer"). 14:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106234. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. August 11, 1935. Program #198. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "She's A Follies Girl." The commercial is titled, "Two Neighbors Meet At Their Garage." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce, Graham McNamee (announcer). 14:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87858. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. August 18, 1935. Program #199. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Let Yourself Go." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "A Used Car Prospect Meets The Salesman." The date is approximate. Graham McNamee (announcer ?), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Virginia Rea (who was previously known as "Olive Palmer"). 14:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87859. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. August 25, 1935. Program #200. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "There's An Island In The West Indies." Jan Peerce's first song is, "Love Came Out Of The Night." The Chevrolet commercial consists of testimonials from satisfied used Chevrolet customers. The date is approximate. Graham McNamee (announcer ?), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as"Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:19. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

87860. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. September 1, 1935. Program #201. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Everybody's Swinging It Now." The Chevrolet commercial consists of testimonials from satisfied used Chevrolet customers. The date is approximate. Graham McNamee (announcer ?), David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Virginia Rea (who was previously known as "Olive Palmer"). 14:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106235. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. September 8, 1935. Program #202. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Let's Sing Again." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "Getting The Breaks." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce, Graham McNamee (announcer). 14:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106236. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. September 15, 1935. Program #203. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Cuban Moonlight." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "The Hopkins Family Motors To The Wide Open Spaces." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce, Graham McNamee (announcer). 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

106237. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. September 22, 1935. Program #204. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Everything Stops For Tea." The Chevrolet commercial is titled, "The Jones Family Is Touring Cross-Continent." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Virginia Raye (soprano), Graham McNamee (announcer). 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101699. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Program #269. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "There's Love In Your Eyes Tonight." The commercial is titled: "The Spotlight Swings To Football." Rubinoff plays, "A Star Fell Out Of Heaven" on his Stradivarius. The 1937 Chevrolet has not been introduced, which makes this program date before November 7, 1936. Produced by Campbell-Ewald. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jack Arthur. 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101698. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Program #268. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "The Balboa." The commercial is titled, "Critical Moments: The Right Date At The Wrong Time." November 6, 1936 is to be the announcement day for the new Chevrolet. Rubinoff plays, "I Can't Escape From You," on his Stradivarius. Produced by Campbell-Ewald. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Evelyn Case. 14:48. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101697. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Program #281. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Green Eyes." Rubinoff plays, "When Did You Leave Heaven?" on his Stradivarius. The date is approximate. Produced by Campbell-Ewald. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jack Arthur. 15:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101696. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Program #259. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "What's This?" Rubinoff plays, "Getting Sentimental Over You" on his Stradivarius. The orchestra plays a bouncing, "Stomping At The Story." The 1937 models have not yet been introduced, the date is approximate. Produced by Campbell-Ewald. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as, "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:46. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101695. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Program #258. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "The Color Of Your Eyes." Rubinoff plays "Green Eyes" on his Stradivarius. Produced by Campbell-Ewald Company. The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (announcer), Virginia Rea (soprano). 14:47. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101590. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Program #263. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "You Can't Pull The Wool Over My Eyes." An announcement is made that the new 1937 Chevrolet is to be released November, 1936. Rubinoff plays a nice arrangement of, "The Foolish Things." Produced by Campbell-Ewald. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jack Arthur (baritone). 14:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27565. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "You'll Have To Swing It." Jan Peerce sings, "Just Made To Kiss." The Chevrolet commercial is a teaser for the 1937 models. The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (a 30 piece orchestra, billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (announcer), Jan Peerce. 14:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27564. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Sing, Sing, Sing." Jan Peerce sings, "My Faithful Stradivari." The Chevrolet commercial is a teaser for the 1937 models and is called, "The Old Trail Road." The date is approximate. Jan Peerce, David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"). 14:08. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27552. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Bamba," Jan Peerce sings, "When I'm With You." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "The Car Owner's Bonus." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (a 30 piece orchestra, billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 14:53. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

27551. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is a rhumba, "Para Digo Me Voy" ("In Spain The Say, 'Si, Si'"). Jan Peerce sings, "Without A Song." The Chevrolet commercial is called, "The Wilsons Test Their Motor Bargain." The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jan Peerce. 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

27549. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1936. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "What's This?" Jan Peerce sings, "Had You But Known." The Chevrolet commercial is for the 1937 model. The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (announcer), Jan Peerce. 14:43. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

74398. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. January 15, 1936. Program #116. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is a medley of Hawaiian tunes. The program closing is added locally. The Sterling Male Chorus, Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer). 14:13. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

74399. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. January 17, 1936. Program #117. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is an Italian medley (concluding with "Funiculi, Funicula"). The program closing is added locally. The Sterling Male Chorus, Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer). 14:11. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87805. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. January 24, 1936. Program #120. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "You Hit The Spot." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87806. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. January 27, 1936. Program #121. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "All's Well." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:41. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87807. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. January 29, 1936. Program #122. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Cosi, Cosa." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87808. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. January 31, 1936. Program #123. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I've Got A Pocket Full Of Sunshine." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:29. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87809. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 3, 1936. Program #124. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I Love To Ride Horses On The Merry-Go-Round." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87810. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 5, 1936. Program #125. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "The Broken Record." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87811. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 7, 1936. Program #126. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I've Got My Fingers Crossed." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87812. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 10, 1936. Program #127. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "The Day I Let You Get Away." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87813. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 12, 1936. Program #128. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Got A Brand New Suit." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87814. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 14, 1936. Program #129. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Alone." The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87815. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 17, 1936. Program #130. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Broadway Rhythm." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:52. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87816. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 19, 1936. Program #131. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Thanks A Million." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:49. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87817. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 21, 1936. Program #132. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Get Rhythm In Your Feet." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87818. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 24, 1936. Program #133. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Barcarole." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:38. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87819. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 26, 1936. Program #134. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I'll Never Say Never Again, Again." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87820. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. February 28, 1936. Program #135. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Gather Lip Rouge While You May." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87821. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 2, 1936. Program #136. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I'm Shooting High." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:32. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87822. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 4, 1936. Program #137. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Moon Rose." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87823. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 6, 1936. Program #138. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Life Begins When You're In Love." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:56. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87824. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 9, 1936. Program #139. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Susannah." The Middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:30. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87825. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 11, 1936. Program #140. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I Don't Know Your Name." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:54. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87826. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 13, 1936. Program #141. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Breaking In A Pair Of Shoes." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:53. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87827. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 15, 1936. Program #142. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Rhymatic." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87828. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 18, 1936. Program #143. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Kissin' My Baby Goodnight." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:40. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87829. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 20, 1936. Program #144. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "How Do I Rate With You?" The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:58. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87830. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 22, 1936. Program #145. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "It's Been So Long." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:36. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87831. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 25, 1936. Program #146. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Truckin'." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87832. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 27, 1936. Program #147. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Everything is Okey Dokey." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:37. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87833. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 29, 1936. Program #148. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Piccolino." The middle commercial is a 2-announcer hard sell. The program closing is added live. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87834. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 1, 1936. Program #149. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Sing Before Breakfast." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87835. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 3, 1936. Program #150. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Woman In The Shoe." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:57. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87836. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 5, 1936. Program #151. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "No Strings." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:03. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87837. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 8, 1936. Program #152. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Foot Loose and Fancy Free." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:04. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87838. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 10, 1936. Program #153. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "On The Alamo." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:26. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87839. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 12, 1936. Program #154. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Red Sails In The Sunset." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:31. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87840. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 15, 1936. Program #155. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "A Little Bit Independent." The middle commercial is a 2-announcer hard sell. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:16. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87841. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 17, 1936. Program #156. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Ragging The Scales." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:27. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87842. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 19, 1936. Program #157. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Heat Wave." The middle commercial is drmatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87843. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 22, 1936. Program #158. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I've Got A Feelin' You're Fallin'." The middle commercial is dramatzied. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:42. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87844. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 24, 1936. Program #159. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Rhythm River." The middle commercials is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:24. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87845. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 26, 1936. Program #160. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I'd Do It Again." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 14:06. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87846. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. April 29, 1936. Program #161. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Pompenola." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87847. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. May 1, 1936. Program #162. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Niela." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:28. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87848. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. May 3, 1936. Program #163. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Varsity Drag." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:22. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87849. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. May 6, 1936. Program #164. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Go, Harlem!" The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:33. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87850. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. May 8, 1936. Program #165. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "You Are My Lucky Star." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:17. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87851. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. May 10, 1936. Program #166. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Love On A Dime." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:21. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

87852. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. May 13, 1936. Program #167. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Hey, Young Fella." The middle commercial is dramatized. The program closing is added locally. Westbrook Van Voorhis (announcer, billed as Hugh Conrad), The Sterling Male Chorus. 13:14. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete as above.

101576. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1937. Program #284. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "It Can Happen To You." Produced by Campbell-Ewald. Mention is made that Rubinoff plays a Stradivarius. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Graham McNamee (announcer), Evelyn Case (vocal). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101570. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1937. Program #262. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "It Happened On The Beach At Bali Bali." Produced by Campbell-Ewald. The date is approximate. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Virginia Rea (soprano, formerly known as Oliver Palmer). 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

101567. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1937. Program #285. Syndicated, World transcription. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I Can't Pretend." Produced by Campbell-Ewald. The show advertises in 1937 Chevrolet, so it might have been broadcast in late 1936. David Rubinoff and His Orchestra (billed as "Rubinoff and His Violin"), Jack Arthur (baritone). 14:44. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

107719. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1937. Program #368. Chevrolet syndication. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Louisiana Hayride." John Luft tells an "Amazing But True" story about the milkman with the longest route in the world. Where did the phrase "O.K." come from? The date is approximate. Gustave Haenschen and His Orchestra, Josephine Antoine, Reid Martin (a baritone who sounds like a non-agressive Harry Richman), Graham McNamee (announcer), John Luft. 14:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Complete.

107720. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1937. Program #367. Chevrolet syndication. Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Linger Awhile." The date is approximate. John Luft tells an "Amazing But True" story about taxicabs without wheels. Gustave Haenschen and His Orchestra, Alice Shaw, Tommy Riggs (and Betty Lou), Graham McNamee (announcer). 14:51. Audio condition: Good. Complete.

110449. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. 1937. Program #347. Syndicated, World pressing (no label). Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "I'm Happy Darling, Dancing With You." "The commercial is titled, "Changing Wifey's Mind." Charles Carlisle (vocal), Graham McNamee (announcer), The Songsmiths, Gustave Haenschen and His Orchestra, Evelyn Herbert (soprano). 14:43. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

110448. The Chevrolet Program: Musical Moments. March 1938. Program #441. Syndicated, World pressing (unlabeled). Sponsored by: Chevrolet. The first tune is, "Carnival In Cottontown." The date is approximate; based on internal information. Graham McNamee (announcer), Marion Shelby (vocal), Victor Arden and His Orchestra, Ralph Kirberry ("The Dream Singer"), The Songsmiths. 14:45. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 110 programs.