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Sentimental Journey

  Hop aboard the *Chattanooga Choo Choo* and join The Manhattan Dolls on a *Sentimental Journey* through the great music of the 30s and 40s. Sit back and enjoy these timeless classics, or if you're *In the Mood* get up and dance! Sentimental Journey blends beautiful ballads with your favorite toe-tapping tunes, and of course, in classic USO fashion, takes some time to honor our brave men and women in the military.

  From boogie woogie to the blues, Sentimental Journey celebrates the best the Great American Songbook has to offer.

  Sentimental Journey can range in length from 30-90 mins. and can include one of our handsome male singers as a Sinatra-like guest star.

Songs include:

• Apple Blossom Time
• Beat Me Daddy Eight to the Bar
• Begin the Beguine
• Bei mir bist du Schön
• Blue Skies
• Blues in the Night
• Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
• Chattanooga Choo Choo
• Come Rain or Come Shine
• Down in the Valley
• Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree
• God Bless America
• God Bless the USA
• Goody, Goody
• Hey Daddy
• I Got a Gal in Kalamazoo
• I'll Be Seeing You
• In the Mood
• Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby
• I've Got You Under My Skin
• Military Medley
• My Funny Valentine
• New York, New York
• Oh Johnny
• Pennsylvania 6-5000
• Rum and Coca Cola
• Say Si Si
• Sentimental Journey
• Shoo Shoo Baby
• Smile
• Someone to Watch Over Me
• South American Way
• South Rampart Street Parade
• Well Alright

Sentimental Journey can also feature our Sinatra-style male vocalist.

    Jason Whitfield is a southern gentleman from the great state of Georgia. After graduating from Shorter University, he traveled north to Knoxville, TN where he received his graduate degree in Voice. While in Tennessee, he had the great honor of working with Dolly Parton at her theme park as well as Grand Ole Opry legends Jack Greene and the late Johnny Russell, to name a few. Jason had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to perform with 2-time CMA Vocalist of the Year, Lee Greenwood, for 2 seasons in his show Portrait of America at the Lee Greenwood Theater. He then went on to direct, perform, and produce a 40’s swing show for the Grand Opening of the Tennessee Museum of Aviation. Jason then cruised the High Seas with Celebrity Cruises, entertaining audiences all over the world. He had the great fortune to work with Disney in Orlando and Tokyo, Japan and then made his way to New York. Along the way Jason, has performed many roles in Opera and Musical Theater with some favorites being Ko-Ko in The Mikado and Frank in Annie Get Your Gun. Jason would like to thank his family and his wife, Christina, for all of their support and from the moving and iconic song from Lee Greenwood, “God Bless the U.S.A!”

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