Presented by Larry Maurer, historian of the Timeless Melodies Foundation for Education, Inc.
There’s no better example of the importance of popular music than the songs that sustained the millions of men and women who kept the home fires burning during World War II. To escape their harsh reality, Americans listened to the music of the great band leaders, topical hits of Broadway, and Hollywood’s hit parade.
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