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The radio was our link to the world. Radio programs were broadcast into our homes daily; into our living rooms, at our bedsides, and into our hearts. Everyone had a favorite program. Whether it was Jack Benny, or Dragnet, Beyond Midnight, or Glenn Miller, our beloved radio brought us daily episodes of sorrow, joy, music, hope, and tragedy.
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During the "Golden Age of Radio," performers often had to recreate their live shows a second time for the west coast time zone. Through the medium of recording, Crosby constructed his radio programs with the same directorial tools and craftsmanship being used in motion picture production. This became the industry standard.
Our radio consoled us, instructed us, and made us laugh. As you know, before television, families like ours used to sit in their living rooms each night to listen to radio shows like; Dimension X, You Bet Your Life, Gunsmoke, The Shadow, Father Knows Best, and many others. When TV become popular in the 1950's, most of these shows went off the air, they now live on at RadioTimeZone.com.
Al Jolson (May 26, 1886 – October 23, 1950) was an American singer, comedian and actor. In his heyday, he was dubbed "The World's Greatest Entertainer." He was born in Russia (now Lithuania) and emigrated to America at the age of five with his Jewish parents. With his unique and dynamic style of singing black music, like jazz and blues, he was later credited with single-handedly introducing African-American music to white audiences. As early as 1911 he became known for fighting against anti-black discrimination on Broadway. Jolson's well-known theatrics and his promotion of equality on Broadway helped pave the way for many black performers, playwrights, and songwriters, including Cab Calloway, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, and Ethel Waters.
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Hard times hit the Yolson family when his mother, Naomi, died in late 1894. Following his mother's death, young Asa was in a state of withdrawal for seven months. Upon being introduced to show business in 1895 by entertainer Al Reeves, Asa and Hirsch became fascinated by the industry, and by 1897, the brothers were singing for coins on local street corners, using the names "Al" and "Harry". They would usually use the money to buy tickets to shows at the National Theater . Asa and Hirsch spent most of their days working different jobs as a team.