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The Sugar Snaps perform classic jazz standards from the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s & 1950s. Some of these great songs include:



Aint Misbehavin - by Fats Waller, as performed in the 1943 film "Stormy Weather"


Summertime - by George Gershwin, from the Opera "Porgy & Bess"


All of Me - inspired by Frank Sinatra 


Mambo Italiano - made popular by Dean Martin


Angel Eyes / Why Dont You Do Right - our own arranged medley! 


A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square - our favorite version by Mel Torme 


Just Friends - inspired by Chet Bakers version 


Too Darn Hot - inspired by Ella Fitzgeralds version 


Someone to Watch Over Me - by George & Ira Gershwin - a key work from the Great American Songbook 


You Dont Know Me - inspired by Frank Sinatra


Exactly Like You - inspired by Louis Prima & from the 1930 Broadway show "Lew Leslie's International Revue"


Shoo-Fly Baby - our version of Shoo-Fly Pie & Apple Pan Dowdy mixed with an old favorite inspired by the Andrews Sisters.


Once I Loved - by Antonio Carlos Jobim with inspiration from Wes Montgomery


Dream A Little Dream - inspired by Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Armstrongs duet 


Straighten Up & Fly Right - inspired Nat King Cole 


There Will Never Be Another You - inspired by Chet Baker


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