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Alphabetical Billboard Bibliography (582 items)

““Most Promising” New Orks.” Billboard. 6 July 1946: 15, 25.

““To Each” Tops “Heartaches” As Spinner Disk.” Billboard. 2 August 1947: 18.

“14 of Kenton Crew Injured on Turnpike.” Billboard. 21 November 1953: 18.

“15 Bands Get Hollywood $.” Billboard. 3 July 1943: 22.

“1966 Grammy Award Finalists.” Billboard. 18 February 1967: 6.

“2d Take, 1st Hero.” Billboard. 16 February 1946: 45.

“2 Kenton Sidemen Get 1-Nighter with Rogers.” Billboard. 15 December 1951: 20.

“4 Jazzmen Put Neophonic in Swinging Groove.” Billboard. 9 March 1968: 20.

“6 Old Kenton Discs Mapped by McGregor.” Billboard. 12 December 1953: 16.

“[Title Unknown; First Page Missing].” Billboard. 21 June 1952: 10, 52.

Abbott, Sam. “Vaudeville Reviews. Orpheum, Los Angeles.” Billboard. 20 January 1945: 25.

Ackeman, Paul. “Kenton’s Rights Cause for Acts.” Billboard. 4 March 1967: 1, 10.

“Across the Palm-Alo.” Billboard. 10 January 1948: 31.

“Ad. [Letter From Kenton to Glenn Wallachs at Capitol].” Billboard. 2 August 1952: 65.

“Ad. And Her Tears Flowed Like Wine.” Billboard. 4 November 1944: 16.

“Ad. An Open Letter From Frank Palumbo to Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 14 February 1948: 21.

“Ad. Artistry Jumps.” Billboard. 22 December 1945: 20.

“Ad. A-Ting A-Ling.” Billboard. 26 February 1955: 45.

“Ad. Capitol.” Billboard. 7 July 1945: 25.

“Ad. Capitol.” Billboard. 26 January 1946: 27.

“Ad. Capitol.” Billboard. 3 May 1952: 25.

“Ad. City of Glass and Stan Kenton Classics.” Billboard. 18 October 1952: 33.

“Ad. It’s Been a Long, Long Time.” Billboard. 13 October 1945: 21.

“Ad. Kenton on Capitol.” Billboard. 27 January 1945: 15.

“Ad. Kenton Presents Jazz.” Billboard. 21 August 1954: 32.

“Ad. Mama Sang A Song.” Billboard. 6 October 1962: 13.

“Ad. Painted Rhythm.” Billboard. 27 April 1946: 29.

“Ad. Rika Jika Jack.” Billboard. 27 July 1946: 27.

“Ad. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 20 July 1946: 21.

“Ad. Stan Kenton and His Orchestra in Concert of Progressive Jazz Sold Out.” Billboard. 6 March 1948: 17.

“Ad. Stan Kenton’s Sensational Recording of ‘Do Nothin’ ‘Til You Hear From Me’.” Billboard. 29 January 1944: 14.

“Ad. Stan Kenton’s Southern Scandal.” Billboard. 6 October 1945: 23.

“Ad. Stan Kenton Today.” Billboard. 3 June 1972: 55.

“Ad. The Kenton Era “ Billboard. 19 March 1955: 32.

“Ad. The Stan Kenton Album.” Billboard. 4 April 1953: 35.

“Ad. Three Drawing Cards.” Billboard. 24 October 1942: 23.

“Ad. Up and Coming: Stan Kenton and Ork.” Billboard. 19 June 1943: 25.

“Advance Bookings.” Billboard. 2 August 1942: 8.

“Advance Bookings.” Billboard. 11 November 1944: 16-7.

“Advance Bookings.” Billboard. 25 November 1944: 21.

“Advance Bookings.” Billboard. 20 January 1945: 30.

“Advance Bookings.” Billboard. 13 January 1945: 18-9.

“Al Latauski Exits Cap for Kenton Post.” Billboard. 25 December 1954: 20.

“Allen Benefit.” Billboard. 19 November 1949: 20.

“Allison Not GAC Set Kenton Tour.” Billboard. 14 January 1950: 22.

“Anderson-Jox Concerts to Resume in Fall.” Billboard. 21 August 1948: 20.

“Art Comes First.” Billboard. 16 September 1950: 49.

“Avodon Drops Kenton, Tries Basie; Podium Still Pays Big.” Billboard. 14 December 1946: 20.

“Balto Club Stays Open.” Billboard. 26 September 1942: 11.

“Band Woes Up and Down.” Billboard. 14 December 1946: 20.

“Bannister Joining Kenton?” Billboard. 24 July 1948: 15.

“Barnet, Kenton First Yank Orks to Play Hawaii.” Billboard. 12 October 1946: 15.

“Barrie, Kenton Get Strings for Sinatra Date at Dailey’s.” Billboard. 3 April 1943: 24.

“Belletto Group to Wax Under Kenton Presents’.” Billboard. 11 December 1954: 20.

“Belly Savvy Ups Tally in Music Alley.” Billboard. 15 February 1947: 16, 32.

“Benefit for Allen.” Billboard. 26 November 1949: 39.

“Big Ork Sked for Buckeye.” Billboard. 10 May 1952: 58.

“Biz Up Slightly at Jeff Beach; Eastwood Down.” Billboard. 11 September 1948: 58.

“Bob Allen, Stan Kenton Strong Draws in Boston.” Billboard. 9 May 1942: 27.

“Boff Hands Drawn by Kenton’s “Innovations” Preview in L.A.” Billboard. 18 February 1950: 16.

“Boston. Kenton Starts Fast; Ends with Fair 28G.” Billboard. 20 March 1948: 39.

“Brief Solos. Stan Kenton Married Vocalist Jo Ann Hill in Las Vegas Last Month.” Billboard. 9 September 1967: 12.

“Briggs Group Buys 4 Bands.” Billboard. 12 April 1952: 16.

Bundy, June. “Resurgence of Jazz Deejay. Part and All-Jazz Program Get Good Reception Coast to Coast.” Billboard. 23 April 1955: 14, 22.

---. “Vox Jox. Gab Bag.” Billboard. 26 January 1952: 24.

“Busse, Herman, Kenton Booked for Palladium.” Billboard. 22 July 1944: 15.

“Buyers’ and Bookers’ Lack of Exploitation Savvy Seen Sparking Ork Advance Boom.” Billboard. 2 March 1946: 18.

“B’way - Capitol, Det., Set on Flesh Policy; Heidt After Kenton.” Billboard. 8 May 1948: 45.

“Campus Crowns.” Billboard. 12 July 1947: 3.

“Campus Ork, Chirp Champs. Kenton Again Wins in 10th College Poll.” Billboard. 3 April 1948: 1, 16.

“Campus Ork and Chirp Poll. Monroe Band Ousts Kenton From the Top.” Billboard. 11 June 1949: 1.

“Canadian Radio Saluting Kenton.” Billboard. 23 October 1971: 18.

“Cap Forms Policy of Regular Reissues.” Billboard. 25 September 1948: 16.

“Capitol Artists Heading for Chi.” Billboard. 19 April 1952: 20.

“Capitol B.-R.’s Own Artists’ Pubs.” Billboard. 18 August 1945: 15.

“Capitol Frames E.T. Service in Expansion Move.” Billboard. 2 February 1946: 18.

“Capitol Issues ‘Jazz Classics’.” Billboard. 10 May 1952: 45.

“Capitol Preps All-Out Be-Bop Blitz; Sets Up Strong Roster.” Billboard. 8 January 1949: 16.

“Capitol Records Signs Two More, Kenton, Miller.” Billboard. 6 November 1943: 15.

“Capitol Records to Hypo Music Pubbing Operation; Goldsen’s Five-Year Pact.” Billboard. 29 May 1948: 19.

“Capitol Sock B.O.; Prima Holds Up Strand; Roxy Ok 55G Finale.” Billboard. 14 July 1945: 31.

“Capitol Songs Buys ‘Alamo’ From Leslie.” Billboard. 7 June 1947: 20.

“Capitol to Wax Kenton-Styled Disks.” Billboard. 24 June 1950: 18.

“Cap Past Hits for 45 R.P.M’s.” Billboard. 19 February 1949: 15.

“Cap Pushing Kenton Via Free Demos.” Billboard. 5 February 1955: 16.

“Cap Sets Hefty Promotion Push on Kenton Tour.” Billboard. 11 February 1950: 15.

“Cap’s Kenton Presents Jazz Line Headed by Noted Leader.” Billboard. 5 June 1954: 14.

“Cap to Cut Kenton ‘Neo’ Orchestra.” Billboard. 2 January 1965: 3.

Carter, D. “Stan Kenton: Roseland.” Billboard. 14 February 1942: 22.

“Charlie Barnet in Action Again.” Billboard. 29 January 1949: 16.

“Chicago Mark Set by Kenton.” Billboard. 26 April 1952: 1.

“Chi Columnist Has Own Juke Survey to Tab Top Tunes.” Billboard. 15 September 1945: 85.

“Chi Spots Set Big Name Orks.” Billboard. 8 March 1952: 15.

“Cocktail Combo Comeback.” Billboard. 15 February 1947: 33.

“Coinmen You Know. Washington.” Billboard. 7 October 1950: 101.

“Colleges Confirm Other BB Polls.” Billboard. 21 July 1945: 3, 15.

“Compounce Opens Thursdays.” Billboard. 22 September 1945: 61.

“Concert Vs. Location Tiff Cracks Kenton-Gastel Team.” Billboard. 19 June 1948: 13.

Cook, H. “Kenton Crew Drives with Cool Steam.” Billboard. 29 September 1958: 5.

“Cover. June Christy.” Billboard. 17 December 1949: 1.

“Cover. Kenton and Christy.” Billboard. 30 October 1948: cover.

“Cover. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 8 September 1945: 1.

“Criterion’s Goldsen to Run Works Now.” Billboard. 12 April 1947: 18.

“Date with Tampico.” Billboard. 8 December 1945: 17.

“Dave Dexter Exits From Capitol Disks.” Billboard. 18 August 1945: 15.

“A Day in the Life of Stan Kenton, A Big Band Crusader.” Billboard. 4 October 1975: 28.

“Dealer Doings. News and Chatter.” Billboard. 15 April 1950: 40.

“Dealer Doings. Trade Talk.” Billboard. 6 January 1951: 16.

“Detroit Spot Gets Remotes.” Billboard. 23 June 1945: 16.

Dexter Jr, Dave. “Catalogue of Kenton’s Label Sold; GNP Crescendo Acquires All Creative World Albums.” Billboard. 9 July 1983: 38.

---. “Herman and Kenton Recuperating Fast.” Billboard. 25 June 1977: 43.

---. “Kenton: Dogmatic, Enthused and Tireless in 38 Years on the Road—Dead of Stroke at 67 in L.A.” Billboard. 8 September 1979: 41, 57.

---. “Kenton’s Career Documented. Stan Kenton Artistry in Rhythm by William F Lee [book Review].” Billboard. 22 November 1980: 42.

---. “New LP, Sidemen, Clinics for Kenton.” Billboard. 31 January 1976: 23.

---. “Record Review. General News. Closeup. Journey to Capricorn.” Billboard. 15 January 1977: 83.

---. “Stan Kenton Blasts Country Music; It’s a ‘National Disgrace’.” Billboard. 28 June 1975: 46.

“Dimout Hurts, Thanksgiving Helps B’way; Roxy Wow 155G.” Billboard. 7 December 1946: 41.

“Disk Hots Collect Plenty Dough.” Billboard. 6 October 1945: 15, 82.

“Disk Jockeys Tell Platter Makers What Is Needed.” Billboard. 9 August 1947: 39.

“Disk Jockey Supplement. The Billboard Second Annual Disk Jockey Poll.” Billboard. 25 September 1948: 12, 13, 14, 16, 23, 29, 44.

“Dorris Ork in Latin Quarter.” Billboard. 30 September 1944: 17.

“Dorsey Sets Memphis Mark.” Billboard. 26 April 1952: 18.

“Drastic Changes Sighted in U.S. One-Niter Set-Up.” Billboard. 13 July 1946: 22-3.

“Eastwood, Detroit, Runs Thru Sept.” Billboard. 26 September 1942: 11.

“Eberle for Kenton May 16 at M’brook.” Billboard. 3 May 1947: 36.

“European Tour by Kenton Ork.” Billboard. 1 August 1953: 14, 30.

“Ex-Kenton Sidemen Click in Platters Issued by Capitol.” Billboard. 26 July 1947: 35.

“Eye 25G Take in 2d Half of Kenton Tour.” Billboard. 28 April 1951: 14.

“Favorite Records of the Year.” Billboard. 20 July 1946: 18.

“‘Festival’ Name of Jazz Package.” Billboard. 8 December 1953: 16.

“First Annual Jockey Poll; Howard, Stan Win Jock Plaudits.” Billboard. 2 August 1947: 19.

Fischler, Alan. “Night Club Reviews. Billingsley’s Bocage, Hollywood.” Billboard. 24 May 1947: 41.

“Four-State Convention Highlights.” Billboard. 8 May 1948: 45.

“From C-to-C with Kenton.” Billboard. 20 October 1945: 17.

“From the Music Capitals of the World. Stan Kenton Is Set to Release Two LPs on His Creative World Label.” Billboard. 12 June 1971: 54.

“GAC Books 50 of 85 Dates for 40-Piece Kenton Tour.” Billboard. 24 December 1949: 18.

“GAC Enters Concert Field, Setting Up CAI As Agency.” Billboard. 17 July 1948: 18.

“GAC Sets Tour for Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 19 February 1944: 14.

“GAC Uses New Gim for Orks.” Billboard. 10 May 1952: 45.

“Gales ‘Cavacade’ Racks Strong Tour Grosses.” Billboard. 28 November 1953: 18.

“Gastel, Kenton, Cole, Due to Switch From Capitol Pub to B-VH Selling, Agent Deal.” Billboard. 13 December 1947: 18, 35.

“Gastel Leaves Levy for Own Quarters.” Billboard. 4 May 1946: 46.

“GI’s Vote 1945 Music Faves.” Billboard. 14 July 1945: 3. .

Grennard, Elliott. “Bands Down to Bedrock.” Billboard. 2 January 1943: 47, 52.

---. “Vaudeville Reviews. Strand, New York.” Billboard. 24 October 1942: 14.

“Group Push.” Billboard. 9 November 1946: 21.

“Half of Kenton Concerts Inked.” Billboard. 24 June 1950: 14.

“Hamid Unit, Kenton Band Break Record.” Billboard. 22 August 1942: 19.

“Havoc in Rhythm.” Billboard. 8 June 1946: 34.

“Herb Jeffries to Join Stan Kenton As Warbler.” Billboard. 14 December 1946: 35.

“Herman, Gastel Part Company.” Billboard. 20 May 1950: 12.

“Herman Signs Gastel Paper.” Billboard. 4 September 1948: 36.

“Herman Top Grosser at Det.’s Eastwood.” Billboard. 11 November 1944: 21.

“The Hits and the Artists Who Made Them.” Billboard. 2 August 1952: 68.

Honigberg, Sam. “Follow-Up Reviews. Sherman Hotel, Panther Room, Chicago.” Billboard. 8 May 1943: 16.

---. “On the Stand. Sherman Hotel, Chicago.” Billboard. 19 December 1942: 23.

---. “Vaudeville Reviews. Oriental, Chicago.” Billboard. 30 January 1943: 16.

“Honolulu’s Andrade to Play Yank Dates.” Billboard. 19 October 1946: 32.

“Honor Roll of Hits. Across the Alley From the Alamo.” Billboard. 2 August 1947: 24.

“Horne, Kenton & Barnet for Coast New Year’s Day.” Billboard. 17 November 1945: 13.

“Horne Settle Problem with Kenton, Duke.” Billboard. 15 March 1952: 17.

“Indiana Auditorium B.O. Average 3,751.” Billboard. 18 June 1949: 4.

“Indiana U. Jazz Bash in August.” Billboard. 7 April 1962: 76.

“Innovations Series Marks Kenton’s Return As Frontier.” Billboard. 1 October 1949: 18.

“In Short. Hollywood.” Billboard. 23 August 1947: 43.

“In Short. Miami.” Billboard. 9 June 1945: 30.

“In Short. New York.” Billboard. 10 August 1946: 39.

“In Short. St. Louis.” Billboard. 18 May 1946: 49.

“James, Crosby, Dinah Still No. 1 Faves of Bobby-Soxers; Andrews Top Harmonizers.” Billboard. 9 June 1945: 17.

“Jarvis ‘Make Believe Ballroom’ GAC Pkg. For Columbia Pix.” Billboard. 20 October 1945: 25.

“Jazz, True Art.” Billboard. 24 December 1949: 18.

“Jerry Wald. He Plays What He Likes.” Billboard. 6 April 1946: 39.

Jovien, Harold. “Hollywood Terpalaces’ Big Name, Big Dough Scramble; 7G a Nice, Routine Figure.” Billboard. 14 September 1946: 15.

“June Christy Seems Lost to Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 19 July 1947: 22.

“K.C. Pla-Mor Sets Kenton.” Billboard. 21 December 1946: 28.

“Karle and Cahn to Run Carlos Gastel’s Stable.” Billboard. 9 August 1947: 20.

Keepnews, Peter. “Blue Notes. Stan Kenton’s Fans Plan An Unconventional Tribute.” Billboard. 22 November 1986: 66.

“Kenton $4,456, Ritz Record.” Billboard. 6 April 1946: 39.

“Kenton $4,480 1 Night in Cincy.” Billboard. 4 November 1950: 20.

“Kenton, Cole 3 Team on Disks.” Billboard. 9 September 1950: 11.

“Kenton, Cole Trio & Murray Para Date Moved to Oct. 16.” Billboard. 5 October 1946: 35.

“Kenton, London Deal.” Billboard. 22 April 1972: 10.

“Kenton, Power Plant Give Rainbo Hot 13G.” Billboard. 18 May 1946: 47.

“Kenton 4 1/2 G Despite Sleet.” Billboard. 11 January 1947: 38.

“Kenton Adds Date, Switches Another on 1-Nighter Trek.” Billboard. 22 September 1951: 49.

“Kenton and Cole Have Own Pub Firms.” Billboard. 14 September 1946: 15.

“Kenton Back Front in Fall.” Billboard. 2 August 1947: 21.

“Kenton Balboa High.” Billboard. 11 October 1947: 40.

“Kenton Band to Vacation Until Spring.” Billboard. 20 February 1954: 17.

“Kenton Battles Cap on ‘Monotony’; Meadowbrook Gift.” Billboard. 10 January 1948: 16.

“Kenton Boff 8 1/2 G Advance on Carnegie Date.” Billboard. 21 February 1948: 34.

“Kenton Bows 2 Pubberies.” Billboard. 26 April 1952: 20.

“Kenton Closing Tour with Bash at H’wood Bowl.” Billboard. 6 May 1950: 15.

“Kenton Concert, Ballroom Tours Slated for Fall.” Billboard. 22 July 1950: 14.

“Kenton Concert Tour Set February 9.” Billboard. 17 December 1949: 14.

“Kenton Crack-Up Sticks.” Billboard. 26 April 1947: 19, 21.

“Kenton Crew Proves Air Jumps Are Plenty Okay for Quickies.” Billboard. 3 November 1945: 3, 18.

“Kenton Draws Poor 8G.” Billboard. 1 September 1945: 35.

“Kenton Drew Top Crowd for Season at Ritz.” Billboard. 3 July 1943: 23.

“Kenton Enigma Settled with Avodon Inking.” Billboard. 18 January 1947: 14.

“Kenton Fed Up with Dates; To Lay Off Soon.” Billboard. 4 December 1948: 17.

“Kenton Fine in Bridgeport.” Billboard. 24 October 1942: 57.

“Kenton Forms L.A. Orchestra.” Billboard. 12 December 1964: 10.

“Kenton Fund Established.” Billboard. 8 September 1979: 57.

“Kenton Gets 4 Wks.; &G Per, at Avadon.” Billboard. 7 September 1946: 20.

“Kenton Gets CBS TV Show.” Billboard. 28 May 1955: 37.

“Kenton Gets Record 5G at Chi Pershing.” Billboard. 8 February 1947: 14.

“Kenton Goes 50% Commercial on Wax.” Billboard. 11 January 1947: 36.

“Kenton Has Hope Chest but Will Lose $ on Air.” Billboard. 4 September 1943: 12.

“Kenton Hunting Legit Houses for One-a-Night Runs.” Billboard. 14 February 1948: 3, 20.

“Kenton in Hospital; Ork Fronted by Red Dorris.” Billboard. 18 March 1944: 13.

“Kenton Jams Birdland; New Chirp Scores.” Billboard. 2 March 1953: 20.

“Kenton Jazz Festival Set for 10 Weeks.” Billboard. 11 September 1954: 19, 24.

“Kenton Lands Hope Air Show, Film Contract.” Billboard. 10 July 1943: 22.

“Kenton Light 18G in Philly Earle.” Billboard. 10 March 1945: 28.

“Kenton Line in 4-Channel Bow.” Billboard. 9 October 1971: 3.

“Kenton Loses Anita O’Day.” Billboard. 24 February 1945: 22.

“Kenton May Pull A BG and Solo with Philharmonic.” Billboard. 6 March 1948: 20.

“Kenton Mulls One-Nighter Key-Date Deal.” Billboard. 1 March 1952: 15.

“Kenton Music to North Texas Univ.” Billboard. 13 October 1979: 78.

“Kenton N.Y. Stand Nov. 25, Commodore.” Billboard. 13 September 1947: 35.

“Kenton O.K. 20G, Indpls.” Billboard. 5 October 1946: 39.

“Kenton Ork Pulls 1,947 in B’port.” Billboard. 18 November 1950: 16.

“Kenton-Palladium Fracas Still on.” Billboard. 28 July 1945: 18.

“Kenton Pursues ‘Halls of Jazz’.” Billboard. 11 December 1948: 17.

“Kenton Re-signs with GAC; Beefs Over “All-Stars”.” Billboard. 11 June 1949: 21.

“Kenton-Salmon Suit Moves Over to AFM.” Billboard. 15 February 1947: 30.

“Kenton’s College of Musical Knowledge to Emphasize ‘New’.” Billboard. 22 April 1950: 24.

“Kenton Sees Music As Educational Tool.” Billboard. 6 February 1971: 22.

“Kenton Sets Pla-Mor Top.” Billboard. 3 November 1945: 39.

“Kenton Skeds Summer Tour.” Billboard. 26 May 1951: 16.

“Kenton’s Memory Short; He Made A Tex Ritter Album.” Billboard. 5 July 1975: 50.

“Kenton’s Psychiatry Kick.” Billboard. 8 January 1949: 16.

“Kenton Theaters.” Billboard. 21 February 1942: 20.

“Kenton to Balboa.” Billboard. 27 March 1948: 15.

“Kenton to Play Palladium Sans Digging Deep.” Billboard. 11 August 1945: 11.

“Kenton Tour to Net La Christy 9C a Wk.” Billboard. 14 January 1950: 21.

“Kenton Turns Mercenary.” Billboard. 29 May 1948: 40.

“Kenton Waxes Film Score.” Billboard. 31 July 1965: 12.

“Kenton Year-High at St. Paul.” Billboard. 1 September 1945: 35.

“King Sisters Under Gastel P.M.; Kenton Set for Para P.A.” Billboard. 30 June 1945: 26.

Kramer, Gary. “Dealer Doings.” Billboard. 19 March 1955: 16.

---. “Modern School Head Best-Sellers’ Class.” Billboard. 23 April 1955: 18.

“Lewis to U.S. For AFM Okay.” Billboard. 8 April 1950: 16.

“Los Angeles Neophonic Ork Begins Signing Personnel.” Billboard. 26 December 1964: 21.

“MAPOA Holds Hit Tune Party; Crowd of 5,600 Chalked Up.” Billboard. 18 September 1948: 102.

Martin, Joe. “Record Review. Sales Loom for Kenton De Luxe Set.” Billboard. 26 February 1955: 30.

---. “Vox Jox.” Billboard. 7 June 1952: 24.

“Meadowbrook-Para Sked Jam Snags Kenton.” Billboard. 20 December 1947: 20.

“Mich. Dance Pulls 14,000.” Billboard. 17 May 1952: 31.

“Monroe’s Bridgeport $3,752.” Billboard. 11 January 1947: 15.

“More Locations for Kenton Ork.” Billboard. 2 February 1952: 20.

“More Locations for Kenton Ork.” Billboard. 2 February 1952: 20.

“Movie Machine Review. Eager Beaver.” Billboard. 23 March 1946: 125.

“Movie Machine Review. Southern Scandal.” Billboard. 30 March 1946: 140.

“Movie Machine Reviews. I’m Homesick That’s All.” Billboard. 9 February 1946: 91.

“Movie Machine Reviews. Reed Rapture.” Billboard. 29 June 1946: 38.

“Movie Machine Reviews. Stan Kenton and His Band in Reed Rapture.” Billboard. 18 April 1942: 78.

“Movie Machine Reviews. This Love of Mine.” Billboard. 14 February 1942: 56.

“Music Grapevine.” Billboard. 14 October 1944: 14.

“Music Popularity Chart. Rika Jika Jack.” Billboard. 27 July 1946: 31.

“Music—As Written.” Billboard. 6 October 1962: 12.

“Music—As Written.” Billboard. 22 September 1962: 17.

“Music—As Written. Cap to Use P.A.’s in Building Ferguson Into Name.” Billboard. 23 September 1950: 20.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 10 November 1945: 22.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 29 December 1945: 16.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 1 September 1945: 21.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 26 May 1945: 20.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 24 November 1945: 21.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 15 December 1945: 20.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 3 November 1945: 22.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 13 October 1945: 21.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 20 October 1945: 24.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 18 May 1946: 26.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 26 January 1946: 21.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 23 February 1946: 21.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 20 April 1946: 27.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 17 August 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 11 January 1947: 16.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 25 January 1947: 30.

“Music—As Written. Chicago.” Billboard. 12 April 1952: 20.

“Music—As Written. Cincinnati.” Billboard. 10 April 1948: 28.

“Music—As Written. Cincinnati.” Billboard. 1 April 1948: 20.

“Music—As Written. Detroit.” Billboard. 24 August 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hefty Kenton Grosses on 1-Nighter Tour.” Billboard. 30 September 1950: 18.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 20 October 1945: 24.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 8 December 1945: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 6 October 1945: 30.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 3 November 1945: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 14 July 1945: 17.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 15 June 1946: 34.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 24 August 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 5 January 1946: 28.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 19 October 1946: 32.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 2 March 1946: 34.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 2 March 1946: 23.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 27 July 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 6 July 1946: 40.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 22 June 1946: 25.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 3 August 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 29 June 1946: 24.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 2 February 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 5 October 1946: 18.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 8 June 1946: 24.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 22 March 1947: 19.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 26 July 1947: 36.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 15 October 1949: 50.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 8 October 1949: 45.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 26 August 1950: 18.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 4 February 1950: 18.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 2 February 1952: 22.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 1 March 1952: 15.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 24 May 1952: 20.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 9 February 1952: 47.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 23 April 1955: 34.

“Music—As Written. Hollywood.” Billboard. 28 September 1959: 28.

“Music—As Written. Kaye, Kenton Draw Record Crowds.” Billboard. 28 May 1955: 40.

“Music—As Written. Kenton “Innovations” Gross $6,700 on Seattle.” Billboard. 18 February 1950: 41.

“Music—As Written. Kenton Ankles Concerts.” Billboard. 11 November 1950: 18.

“Music—As Written. Kenton Eyes Ballet As Dancers Use His Works.” Billboard. 23 September 1950: 20.

“Music—As Written. Kenton One-Nighter Tour Bows in Sacramento.” Billboard. 23 September 1950: 20.

“Music—As Written. Kenton Sets Balboa Park Bowl Concert.” Billboard. 20 May 1950: 16.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 29 December 1945: 16.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 19 October 1946: 32.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 21 September 1946: 18.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 2 November 1946: 30.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 7 December 1946: 18.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 28 December 1946: 29.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 24 August 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 23 November 1946: 20.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 9 March 1946: 22.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 16 February 1946: 27.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 23 March 1946: 24.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 28 September 1946: 24.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 26 January 1946: 21.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 9 November 1946: 20.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 7 June 1947: 35.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 5 April 1947: 21.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 18 October 1947: 22.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 22 March 1947: 19.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 11 January 1947: 16.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 22 February 1947: 18.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 8 March 1947: 30.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 17 May 1947: 34.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 28 June 1947: 35.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 27 March 1948: 18.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 10 April 1948: 28.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 18 September 1948: 39.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 10 April 1948: 38.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 28 August 1948: 39.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 16 October 1948: 44.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 14 August 1948: 18.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 24 July 1948: 19.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 9 October 1948: 25.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 7 May 1949: 20.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 16 April 1949: 32.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 2 July 1949: 44.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 23 April 1949: 32.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 30 July 1949: 19.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 18 March 1950: 39.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 21 October 1950: 19.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 28 April 1951: 18.

“Music—As Written. New York.” Billboard. 9 June 1951: 16.

“Music—As Written. Philadelphia.” Billboard. 11 September 1948: 39.

“Music—As Written. Philadelphia.” Billboard. 25 December 1948: 33.

“Music—As Written. Philadelphia.” Billboard. 11 March 1950: 22.

“Music—As Written. Philadelphia.” Billboard. 4 February 1950: 18.

“Music—As Written. Philadelphia.” Billboard. 14 June 1952: 70.

“Music—As Written. Philafelphia.” Billboard. 30 October 1948: 37.

“Musso Band to Meadowbrook at 60-cent Admish.” Billboard. 2 November 1946: 29.

“Musso Leaves Kenton for His Own Ork.” Billboard. 17 August 1946: 16.

“NBC to Air Salute to Kenton, Others “ Billboard. 26 February 1955: 57.

“Neophonic Mgrs.: Industry Apathetic.” Billboard. 23 April 1966: 52-3.

“New Deal in Music Menu.” Billboard. 6 July 1946: 3, 21.

“New Releases. Gambler’s Blues / I May Be Wrong.” Billboard. 2 February 1952: 17.

“Newton to Kenton Advance.” Billboard. 30 August 1947: 21.

“Night Club Reviews. Bop City [Christy].” Billboard. 28 May 1949: 40.

“Night Club Reviews. College Inn, Hotel Sherman, Chicago [June Christy].” Billboard. 5 July 1947: 42.

“Off the Cuff. Chicago.” Billboard. 4 August 1945: 26.

“Off the Cuff. Midwest.” Billboard. 19 May 1945: 28.

“One-Nights Helping Kenton Get in Black.” Billboard. 4 December 1943: 16.

“Only 6 Bands Answer CSI Call to Arms.” Billboard. 7 April 1945: 14.

“On the Air. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 13 December 1941: 10.

“On the Stand. Benny Carter.” Billboard. 22 June 1946: 22.

“On the Stand. Frank Dailey’s Meadowbrook.” Billboard. 9 March 1946: 36.

“On the Stand. Vido Musso.” Billboard. 16 November 1946: 32.

“Orchestra Notes. Coast Cacophony. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 16 August 1941: 10.

“Orchestra Notes. Coast Cacophony. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 22 November 1941: 10.

“Orchestra Notes. Coast Cacophony. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 24 January 1942: 10.

“Orchestra Notes. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 2 January 1943: 52.

“Orchestra Notes. Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 13 February 1943: 23.

“Orchestra Routes.” Billboard. 29 November 1941: 10.

“Orchestra Routes.” Billboard. 24 October 1942: 26.

“Orchestra Routes.” Billboard. 26 September 1942: 24.

“Orchestra Routes.” Billboard. 10 July 1943: 26.

“Orchestra Routes.” Billboard. 3 July 1943: 26.

“Ork “Tests” Show Remotes Are More Useless Than Ever.” Billboard. 30 March 1946: 19, 25.

“Orks Losing $$, Breaking Even on Dates Shouldn’t Pay Commish, Says Broker.” Billboard. 8 September 1945: 18.

“Orks Want Air, or Else.” Billboard. 24 July 1943: 21.

Orodenker, Morris H. “Music Pop Chart. Her Tears Flowed Like Wine.” Billboard. 12 August 1944: 21.

---. “Music Popularity Chart. Gotta Be Gettin / Sweet Dreams, Sweetheart.” Billboard. 25 November 1944: 21.

---. “Promoting the Personal Appearance.” Billboard Music Yearbook 1943. 1943: 126-7.

---. “Record Review. Are You Livin’ Old Man / Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye.” Billboard. 3 March 1945: 105.

---. “Record Review. Tampico / Southern Scandal.” Billboard. 14 July 1945: 66.

“Outburst of Entertainment Welcomed in Portland, Ore. “ Billboard. 11 October 1947: 3, 34.

“Palladium’s Summer Sked Set; Kenton, J. Dorsey Added.” Billboard. 22 May 1943: 20.

“Palumbo Click Sticks to Names.” Billboard. 7 August 1948: 35.

“Panel Calls for Wider Programming. But Industry Problems Go Untouched.” Billboard. 3 April 1965: 46-7.

“Photo. Stan Kenton Et Al.” Billboard. 9 August 1969: 90.

“Picture Tie-Up Possibilities for Music Machine Operators.” Billboard. 11 October 1941: 68.

“Polio Keeps Kenton Take to $21,000 in Detroit.” Billboard. 30 September 1944: 20.

“Preems Up Stem Biz 540G; Kenton Sets 140G Para Mark.” Billboard. 2 November 1946: 38.

“‘Prologue’ Cues Scope of Modern Music.” Billboard. 6 December 1952: 15, 18.

Quincannon, Madelene. “Movie Machine Reviews. I’m Gonna Love That Guy / It’s Been a Long, Long Time.” Billboard. 15 December 1945: 82.

“Radio-Television (Reviews). Variety Showcase.” Billboard. 7 December 1946: 13.

“Rah-Rah Sets Music Picks; Introes Kenton As Ork Fave.” Billboard. 12 July 1947: 3, 17.

“Rebuilt Kenton Ork to Have La Christy Back As Songstress.” Billboard. 16 August 1947: 21.

“Recordings Count.” Billboard. 9 May 1942: 22.

“Record Possibilities.” Billboard. 27 March 1948: 29.

“Record Possibilities. Gotta Be Gettin.” Billboard. 11 November 1944: 18.

“Record Possibilities. Orange Colored Sky.” Billboard. 9 September 1950: 48.

“Record Review. 23 Degrees North—82 Degrees West / Falling.” Billboard. 28 May 1955: 52.

“Record Review. Across the Alley From the Alamo / There Is No Greater Love.” Billboard. 3 May 1947: 133-4.

“Record Review. Adventures in Blues.” Billboard. 16 November 1963: 9.

“Record Review. Adventures in Jazz.” Billboard. 17 November 1962: 18.

“Record Review. A Presentation of Progressive Jazz.” Billboard. 22 May 1948: 41.

“Record Review. Artistry in Boogie / Rika, Jika Jack.” Billboard. 27 July 1946: 31.

“Record Review. Artistry in Bossa Nova.” Billboard. 15 June 1963: 29.

“Record Review. Artistry in Rhythm.” Billboard. 25 January 1947: 112.

“Record Review. Artistry in Rhythm / Eager Beaver.” Billboard. 1 July 1944: 66.

“Record Review. Artistry Jumps / Just A-Sittin’ and A-Rockin’.” Billboard. 29 December 1945: 29.

“Record Review. A-Ting A-Ling / Malaguena.” Billboard. 26 February 1955: 52.

“Record Review. Back to Balboa.” Billboard. 19 May 1957: 22.

“Record Review. Christmas.” Billboard. 15 December 1962: 20.

“Record Review. Classics in Jazz — Sax Stylists.” Billboard. 14 June 1952: 42.

“Record Review. Cuban Fire.” Billboard. 1 September 1956: 26.

“Record Review. Delicado / Bags and Baggage.” Billboard. 12 April 1952: 43.

“Record Review. Do Nothin’ ‘Till You Hear From Me / Harlem Folk Dance.” Billboard. 22 January 1944: 19.

“Record Review. Don’t Take Your Love From Me / Alone Too Long.” Billboard. 1 May 1954: 26.

“Record Review. Down in Chihuahua / Minor Riff.” Billboard. 16 August 1947: 32.

“Record Review. Dynaflow / Tortillas and Beans.” Billboard. 26 May 1951: 38.

“Record Review. Easy Go / but Then You Kissed Me.” Billboard. 7 October 1950: 64.

“Record Review. Encores.” Billboard. 19 February 1949: 36.

“Record Review. Francesca / Night Watch.” Billboard. 22 September 1951: 44.

“Record Review. Harlem Holiday / Don’t Want That Man Around.” Billboard. 30 October 1948: 32.

“Record Review. I Been Down in Texas / Shoo Fly Pie.” Billboard. 16 February 1946: 37.

“Record Review. Innovations in Modern Music.” Billboard. 25 March 1950: 41.

“Record Review. It’s a Pity to Say Goodnight / Intermission Riff.” Billboard. 5 October 1946: 100.

“Record Review. It’s Been A Long, Long Time / Don’t Let Me Dream.” Billboard. 27 October 1945: 82.

“Record Review. Jolly Rogers / Evening in Pakistan.” Billboard. 8 July 1950: 111.

“Record Review. Kenton in Hi-Fi.” Billboard. 26 May 1956: 28.

“Record Review. Kenton Presents Jazz: Boots Mussulli.” Billboard. 26 February 1955: 42.

“Record Review. Kenton with Voices.” Billboard. 1 July 1957: 38.

“Record Review. Lush Interlude.” Billboard. 19 January 1959: 30.

“Record Review. Machito / Collaboration (Capitol 408).” Billboard NAMM Convention Section. 31 May 1947: 31.

“Record Review. Mama Sang A Song / Whispering Hope.” Billboard. 22 September 1962: 78.

“Record Review. Mardi Gras / Blues in Riff.” Billboard. 25 March 1950: 38.

“Record Review. My Love / Steady [with Nat King Cole].” Billboard. 4 July 1960: 21.

“Record Review. On the Record. This Love of Mine / the Nango / Adios / Taboo.” Billboard. 8 November 1941: 68.

“Record Review. Opus in Chartreuse / Sunset Tower.” Billboard. 24 September 1955: 36.

“Record Review. Opus in Chartreuse Cha Cha Cha / Chocolate Caliente.” Billboard. 18 April 1960: 46.

“Record Review. Painted Rhythm / Four Months, Three Weeks, Two Days, One Hour Blues.” Billboard. 11 May 1946: 33.

“Record Review. Piano Stylists.” Billboard. 7 June 1952: 42.

“Record Review. Plays for Today.” Billboard. 25 March 1967: 38.

“Record Review. Roadshow.” Billboard. 1 February 1960: 35.

“Record Review. Santa Lucia / Pagliacci.” Billboard. 14 January 1951: 37.

“Record Review. September Song / Artistry in Tango.” Billboard. 21 April 1951: 87.

“Record Review. She’s A Comely Wench / Cool Eyes.” Billboard. 21 June 1952: 45.

“Record Review. Skip-Rope / If I Should Lose You [June Christy].” Billboard. 12 July 1947: 31.

“Record Review. Soothe Me / Lover.” Billboard. 7 February 1948: 33.

“Record Review. Special Merit Picks. Live at Brigham Young.” Billboard. 25 December 1971: 49.

“Record Review. Special Merit Picks. Live at Redlands.” Billboard. 19 December 1970: 52.

“Record Review. Stan Kenton Presents.” Billboard. 11 November 1950: 37.

“Record Review. Stan Kenton Presents North Texas Lab Band.” Billboard. 12 June 1961: 38.

“Record Review. Tex Ritter.” Billboard. 15 September 1962: 31.

“Record Review. The Ballad Style of Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 20 October 1958: 19.

“Record Review. The Hollywood Hucksters.” Billboard. 9 August 1947: 136.

“Record Review. The Kenton Touch.” Billboard. 30 November 1959: 30.

“Record Review. The Poll Cats / Turmoil [Eddie Safranski].” Billboard. 6 November 1948: 143.

“Record Review. The Stage Door Swings.” Billboard. 13 April 1959: 30.

“Record Review. The World We Know.” Billboard. 20 January 1968: 56.

“Record Review. Too [sic] Much!” Billboard. 9 January 1961: 20.

“Record Review. Top Album Picks. 7.5 on the Richter Scale.” Billboard. 1 December 1973: 50.

“Record Review. Viva Prado / I’m So in the Mood.” Billboard. 11 November 1950: 41.

“Record Review. Whistle Walk.” Billboard. 11 May 1959: 47.

“Record Review. Willow Weep for Me / Bongo Riff.” Billboard. 11 September 1948: 109.

“Record Review. Yes / Mambo Rhapsody.” Billboard. 5 April 1952: 54.

“Record Reviews. He Was a Good Man As Good Men Go / How Am I to Know?” Billboard. 15 January 1949: 34.

“Record Reviews. Orange Colored Sky / Jam-Bo.” Billboard. 30 September 1950: 36.

“Record Reviews and Possibilities. His Feet Too Big for De Bed / After You.” Billboard. 22 February 1947: 27.

“Remotes Good Programming?; Originals “Intrigue” Nets.” Billboard. 22 December 1945: 20.

“Richards Set for Nitery Trek.” Billboard. 29 March 1952: 20.

“RKO-Boston Jerks Bill Despite Big Biz; Last Week 28G.” Billboard. 28 October 1944: 23.

Rolontz, Bob. “Bandbox Battles Birdland in Fight for N.Y. Jazz Trade.” Billboard. 31 January 1953: 15.

---. “Couple in the Ditch. 1-Nighter Packages Find Road’s Rocky.” Billboard. 13 November 1954: 16.

---. “Unit Packs Carnegie Hall with Enthusiastic Hepsters.” Billboard. 25 October 1952: 22.

Ross, Paul. “Vaudeville Reviews. Paramount, New York.” Billboard. 14 July 1945: 29.

Secon, Paul. “On the Stand. Cafe Rouge, Hotel Pennsylvania.” Billboard. 29 September 1945: 22.

“Sen. Williams to Talk Copyright.” Billboard. 6 May 1967: 6.

“Short Scannings.” Billboard. 30 November 1946: 41.

“Show Vs. Kenton in San Diego Terp Spot Compet; Cooley Out!” Billboard. 25 November 1944: 21.

Sippel, John. “Kenton, Anthony Point Up High Cost of Road Jaunts.” Billboard. 25 October 1952: 18, 72.

---. “Vaudeville Reviews. Oriental, Chicago.” Billboard. 24 March 1945: 27.

“Six Bashes Get Kenton Big 32G.” Billboard. 2 October 1948: 22.

“Slump Hits Kenton; Low 21G at Mil-$.” Billboard. 17 August 1946: 22.

Smith, Bill. “Vaudeville Reviews. Paramount, New York.” Billboard. 4 December 1948: 41.

---. “Vaudeville Reviews. Paramount, New York.” Billboard. 3 January 1948: 35.

“Special Material Makes Bands.” Billboard. 1 September 1945: 14, 17.

“Spinners Pick Winners in BB’s.” Billboard. 2 August 1947: 3, 18.

“Stan A Man for C&W.” Billboard. 22 September 1962: 6.

“Stan Kenton, Don Ellis Spark College Program.” Billboard. April 1972: 21+.

“Stan Kenton. Camp and Campus Call Him Coming Topper.” Billboard. 8 September 1945: 17.

“Stan Kenton. Performers’ Crusader.” Billboard. 23 August 1969: 40.

“Stan Kenton: Student Jazz Bands Decorate Ivy Circuit.” Billboard. 8 July 1968: 12.

“Stan Kenton a Hollywood Riot; So All the Bookers Take the Credit.” Billboard. 3 January 1942: 13.

“Stan Kenton Alterations.” Billboard. 2 February 1946: 13.

“Stan Kenton Busts All Pla-Mor Marks.” Billboard. 8 June 1946: 40.

“Stan Kenton Concert.” Billboard. 10 January 1948: 34.

“Stan Kenton Entered the Music World at the Age of 14.” Billboard. 19 August 1957: 45.

“Stan Kenton Firm Begins Taping New Packages.” Billboard. 6 February 1971: 10.

“Stan Kenton Hypes Combo.” Billboard. 19 July 1952: 20.

“Stan Kenton Off Again, on Again.” Billboard. 6 August 1949: 17.

“Stan Kenton Palladium Paper May Go to Prexy Petrillo; No Like Digging in Pocket.” Billboard. 21 July 1945: 15.

“Stan Kenton Set for 4 Top Dates.” Billboard. 24 March 1945: 14.

“Stan Kenton Slated for Third Flicker.” Billboard. 8 December 1945: 19.

“Stan Kenton Slates Clinics on Campus.” Billboard. 10 March 1973: 25.

“Stan Kenton’s Take From One-Night Biz Up Due to Air Show.” Billboard. 1 January 1944: 12.

“Stem Biz Sags but Roxy Big with 88G; MH Stromg in 5th.” Billboard. 23 November 1946: 41.

“Stem Goes A-Gag As Stan Kenton Murders Decibels.” Billboard. 6 December 1947: 3.

“Stem Take Staggers Back but Below ‘45; MH 145G.” Billboard. 28 December 1946: 34.

“Stem Trade Falters Anew; MH 119G, 5th Par Poor 92G.” Billboard. 30 November 1946: 42.

“Sub for Fields Snags Sherman’s New Show Policy.” Billboard. 17 May 1947: 22.

“Sugar Chile Sockin’ to 35G at Million $; Kenton Dips to 21G.” Billboard. 24 August 1946: 42.

“Summit Beach Goes on Six-Day Schedule.” Billboard. 26 May 1945: 48.

“Talent in Action.” Billboard. 20 September 1975: 51.

“Talent in Action.” Billboard. 30 October 1976: 50.

“Talent Topics. Stan Kenton Will Introduce His “New Era in Modern American Music” at Las Vegas’ Riviera Hotel.” Billboard. 27 March 1961: 10.

“Talent Topics. The Stan Kenton Band Will Be 22 Strong When It Plays Here [Houston] September 22 at the Music Hall.” Billboard. 21 September 1963: 20.

“Ted Lewis, Revue May Roll Up 25G at L.A. Orpheum.” Billboard. 27 January 1945: 22.

Tell, Jack. “Vaudeville Reviews. Adams Theater, Newark, N.J.” Billboard. 6 March 1948: 43.

“There’s Still Dough North of Border.” Billboard. 14 October 1944: 14.

Tiegel, Eliot. “The Jazz Beat. A Neophonic Evening.” Billboard. 27 November 1965: 8.

---. “Kenton, Combo LP.” Billboard. 2 October 1965: 6.

---. “Kenton Button-Down Jazz Plays to Approving Patrons.” Billboard. 16 January 1965: 42.

---. “Not for Neophonic Orchestra. ‘Suite’ No Concert Fare.” Billboard. 10 April 1965: 12.

“Today’s Top Record Talent.” Billboard Music Week. 7 April 1962: 61.

“Tribute to Kenton.” Billboard. 8 December 1979: 60.

“Tune Town 3 Week’r Brings Top Grosses for Kenton Repeat.” Billboard. 10 April 1943: 22.

“Turkey Trot Big to Stem Houses; Roxy 2d Record 160d.” Billboard. 14 December 1946: 45.

“TV’s Summer Lineup May Revive Bands.” Billboard. 28 May 1955: 1.

“Two Most Promising Orks. Future Bandstand Kings: Stan Kenton.” Billboard. 9 May 1942: 3, 22, 26.

“Van Tonkins Sets Orks in Mid-Wk. Dates.” Billboard. 23 February 1952: 20.

“Vaudefilm Grosses.” Billboard. 24 October 1942: 14.

“Vaudeville Reviews. Million Dollar, Los Angeles.” Billboard. 17 August 1946: 22.

“Vaudeville Reviews. Orpheum, Los Angeles.” Billboard. 26 January 1946: 37.

“Vaudeville Reviews. Paramount, New York.” Billboard. 26 October 1946: 49.

“Vaughan Monroe Hits 14G Peak at Eastwood.” Billboard. 11 August 1945: 14.

“Vox Jox.” Billboard. 13 May 1950: 26.

“Vox Jox. Ad Lib Cuttings.” Billboard. 10 June 1950: 24.

“Vox Jox. Ad Lib Cuttings.” Billboard. 10 February 1951: 23.

“Vox Jox. Bellboy’s Poll.” Billboard. 28 August 1948: 41.

“Vox Jox. Chicago Chatter.” Billboard. 22 May 1948: 43.

“Vox Jox. Chicago Chatter.” Billboard. 25 September 1948: 16.

“Vox Jox. Defender of the Faith.” Billboard. 12 November 1949: 28.

“Vox Jox. Detroit Data.” Billboard. 22 May 1948: 43.

“Vox Jox. Gotham Gleanings.” Billboard. 25 September 1948: 17.

“Vox Jox. Guestings.” Billboard. 20 May 1950: 24.

“Vox Jox. Jazz Jox.” Billboard. 8 April 1950: 28.

“Vox Jox. Midwest Makehay.” Billboard. 11 September 1948: 39.

“Vox Jox. Strictly From Dixie.” Billboard. 5 March 1949: 38.

“Wanted: Fuses.” Billboard. 30 September 1950: 12.

“Waxers Face Earnings Pinch in Face of Big Cash Outlays.” Billboard. 26 November 1955: 16, 44.

“Wax Flacks Chirp Happily As Jeffries Deal Blows Up.” Billboard. 11 January 1947: 15.

“Wax Flax Sad Sacks.” Billboard. 21 December 1946: 31.

“Weekly Kenton NBC Remotes.” Billboard. 26 April 1952: 20.

“While Strolling Thru the Park.” Billboard. 24 August 1946: 84.

“Whopping 45G at RKO-Boston.” Billboard. 14 October 1944: 14.

“Williams’ Amendment on Copyright Triggers Public Performer Battle.” Billboard. 10 May 1969: 66.

“The Winnahs!” Billboard. 3 April 1948: 1, 16.

“Xmas Push for Kenton Album.” Billboard. 26 November 1955: 15.

Zhito, Lee. “On the Stand. Avodon Ballroom.” Billboard. 8 March 1947: 33.

---. “On the Stand. Stan Kenton. Balboa Beach Rendezvous Ballroom.” Billboard. 11 October 1947: 23.