Popular Songs Music Magazine 1935 – Alice Faye


Dimensions: approx. 8.5 x 11.5 inches

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Dimensions: approx. 8.5 x 11.5 inches

Dell Publishing Inc. published this music magazine. Chorus girl, radio singer, movie star – Alice Faye is on the cover of this monthly magazine from 1935. It is loaded with lyrics to current hit and old favorites of the time. Songs includes The Bulul Ameer Abdul, After All, Casey Jones, Every Little Tingle, Get Rhythm in your Feet, Give Me a Heart to Sing, Hello Again, It’s You I Adore, Lonely Street, Little Girl, My Sweetheart, Solitude, The Ghost of Dinah, The House is Haunted and many more. There are articles like H.R.H. Queen Bea Irene Beasley Had The Odds Against Her by Thomas E. McKenna, He Can Take It, Frank Parker Was Born with A Silver Voice in his Mouth by Jay Kieffer, The Man From The South about Jerry Cooper by Gregory Daniels, He Risked All For An Idea(L) by Nan Lewis about Phil Spitalny. Also Vocal Boy Makes Good by Raymond Wells about Phil Duey, Hello Everybody by Loeine Harper about Kate Smith with a nice photo of a very young Kate Smith and more. There are few period ads in the magazine of 35 pages. Shown in photo is both from cover and the ad on the back page of magazine.