The Honeydreamers (aka The Honey Dreamers) was a singing group that appeared on radio and early television shows like The Ed Sullivan Show. The group was first formed in 1946 by Keith Textor. Their manager, at one point, was Art Ward. Other members were Keith Textor's wife, Sylvia Textor who had performed under the name Sylvia Michaels, Marion Bye, Lew Anderson, and Bob Davis (7) (who was married to Marion Bye). Larry Green (2) At The Piano With The Honeydreamers - Can Anyone Explain?, All Dressed Up To Smile.
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Larry Green and his Orchestra (vocal: The Honeydreamers) charted October 21, 1950 at number 28 for one week on RCA Victor 47-3902. Can Anyone Explain? (No! No! . Coleman Hawkins and his Quartet - recorded August 25, 1950. Jan & Kjeld (1960). In 1972 Norman Granz formed Pablo Records, the label continued to release Ella Fitzgerald's albums up until her last recorded album All That Jazz in 1989. In recent years the Ella Fitzgerald back catalogue has continued to grow, this includes complete albums of previously unreleased live material and alternative recordings from her studio sessions.