Jerry Blaine

Jerry Blaine
  • Born
    December 31, 1910
    Allenwood, New Jersey
  • Died
    March 3, 1973
    Long Island, New York (age 62)

Jerry Blaine and His Streamline Rhythm Orchestra performed mostly to New York City audiences in the late 1930s. Described as “pleasant, wide-eyed and moon-faced,” Blaine, who sang as well, recorded for Bluebird in 1937 and 1938. Female vocalist was Phyllis Kenny. The group also appeared in one of Max Fleischer’s “Screen Songs” shorts for Paramount in 1938, performing “You Took the Words Right Out of My Heart.” Blaine later, in 1946, co-founded the rhythm and blues label Jubilee Records.

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  • "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen
    Jerry Blaine (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1937)
  • I Double Dare You
    Jerry Blaine (Jerry Blaine, Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1937)
  • Prove It
    Jerry Blaine (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1938)
  • When I Walk With You (in the Cool of the Evening)
    Jerry Blaine (Phyllis Kenny), Bluebird (1938)

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