songs

Songs about Eubie:

songsMemories Of You -John Hammond Closing Remarks (The Eubie Blake Set) by Teddy Wilson, Claude Hopkins, Dill Jones Eubie Blake from the Album Jazz Piano Masters Live At The New School

songsCharleston Rag (The Eubie Blake Set) by Teddy Wilson, Claude Hopkins, Dill Jones Eubie Blake from the Album Jazz Piano Masters Live At The New School

songsEubie's Boogie by Lionel Hampton from the Album Jazz Greats: Legends of Jazz Vol. 1

songsBaltimore Todolo -- Eubie Blake by Lynn Wright from the Album The Wright Rags

songsCarnival for Eubie by Mark Birnbaum from the Album Ragtime Trip-Hop

songsCharleston Rag (Eubie Blake, 1899) by Sue Keller from the Album Ol' Muddy

songsThe Chevy Chase (Eubie Blake) by Larisa Migachyov from the Album A Heap of Rags (100% Pure Rag Content)

books

Books about Eubie:

booksEubie Blake by Al Rose (Nov 1979)

booksPitching in for Eubie by Jerdine Nolen and E. B. Lewis (Oct 16, 2007)

booksEubie! - A New Musical Revue (1979)

booksSincerely Eubie Blake : 9 Original Compositions for Piano Solo (1975)

books35 Song Hits by Great Black Songwriters: Bert Williams, Eubie Blake, Ernest Hogan and Others by David A. Jasen (Aug 6, 1998)

booksReminiscing with Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake by Robert Kimball (May 2000)

booksEubie Blake: Original Classic Waltzes for the Piano by Eubie Blake (1978)

movies

Movies about Eubie:

moviesEubie! - Runtime: 1 hr 24 mins Starring: Gregory Hines, Maurice Hines, et al. Directed by: Julianne Boyd

wiki

Wiki information Eubie:

Eubie Blake
Ragtime Artist, Musical Artist, Deceased Person, Theatrical Composer, Person, Award Winner, Theatrical Lyricist, Person or entity appearing in film, Award Nominee, Literature Subject

James Hubert Blake, better known as Eubie Blake, was an American composer, lyricist, and pianist of ragtime, jazz, and popular music. In 1921, Blake and long-time collaborator Noble Sissle wrote the Broadway musical Shuffle Along, one of the first...

Eubie!
Music theatre Play, Play, Written Work

Eubie! is a revue featuring the music of Eubie Blake, with lyrics by Noble Sissle, Andy Razaf, Johnny Brandon, F. E. Miller, and Jim Europe.