Join us Sentimental Journey Through the 1940s featuring the music of famed Ohio native big bandleader and trumpet player Clyde McCoy and his “Sugar Blues” Orchestra.
Flash back to the Fabulous Forties with the music of Cleveland's own Freddy Martin and His Orchestra with such No. 1 hits as Tonight We Love and a Cavalcade of Bands tribute to 26 Big Band leaders.
Relive musical memories and hear your favorite big band hits of the 1930s and 40s as performed by one of the most popular bands, Shep Fields and his Orchestra.
Before André Rieu, Rubinoff and His Violin captured the hearts of millions on the air in the 1930s and record crowds of 225,000 at concerts. Featuring Steven Greenman violin soloist and Joseph Rubin and his 17-piece Orchestra.
The Ted Lewis Orchestra brings back the music of the “High-Hatted Tragedian of Song” with Joseph Rubin and his entertainers! Relive Ted Lewis' famous hits, When My Baby Smiles at Me, On the Sunny Side of the Street, Tiger Rag, and Me and My Shadow !
Step back in time to the glamorous 1930s and hear the music that set the country dancing as performed by one of the most popular bands of the era, Hal Kemp and his Orchestra.
Whether you want to recreate an opening night program or pay tribute to a local composer/performer of the 1890s-1940s, Mr. Rubin will work with you to research and create a living history concert specifically for your venue. Past examples include a Vaudeville Show paying tribute to Loudonville Ohio’s own Mabel Berra, silent films with live orchestral accompaniment, and bringing the music of Ted Lewis back to his hometown of Circleville, Ohio.