Everyone from Frank Sinatra to Lady Gaga has sung from The Great American Songbook – classic songs so familiar they are woven into our cultural fabric.
From its origins in the Roaring 20s, to a heyday in the 30s and beyond, big band jazz has produced some of the best jazz bandleaders of all time.
Get in the holiday spirit with this classic Christmas playlist featuring Stevie Wonder, Frank Sinatra, James Brown, Peggy Lee & many more.
The new collection 'Ultimate Peggy Lee Christmas' will be released by the Peggy Lee Estate in conjunction with Ume/Capitol on September 25.
The histories of the most iconic recording studios – Sun, Motown, Abbey Road – have made them almost as famous as the musicians who have recorded there.
The history of ‘Fever’ includes some strange tales and unlikely artists. Here are some of the best cover versions of the song made famous by Peggy Lee.
The new collection features 55 songs making their worldwide digital debut and includes two Peggy Lee compositions, 'Don’t Be So Mean To Baby' and iI Don’t Know Enough About You.'.
Peggy Lee’s legacy continues to influence new generations of singers. “We can all learn from her,” says Lee scholar Dr. Tish Oney.
Long before the Pretenders made 'I Go To Sleep' their own, there was the 1965 version by the great vocal stylist.
This richly romantic number is one of those timeless love songs that's been covered by a vast array of great vocalists.
The jazz singer from Jamestown, North Dakota was known for her unique stage persona and hit singles that defined her career.
One of the greatest jazz drummers ever, Shelly Manne appeared on countless records and enjoyed a celebrated career as a Hollywood movie musician.
With the band riding the huge success of their sixth studio album 'Aja,' a new film soundtrack single emerged.
The best Peggy Lee songs range from chaste declarations of love to vampy, seductive come-ons, reflecting the singer’s wide ranging skills.
The virtual exhibit spans many of Lee's career milestones and accomplishments with a variety of never-before-seen rare artefacts.
One of the greatest vocal albums in jazz history, Peggy Lee’s ‘Black Coffee’ marked a defining moment in the legendary singer’s career.