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MICHAEL FEINSTEINS AMERICAN SONGBOOK

A New Step Every Day

  • Aired: 10/06/2010
  • Rating: NR
A New Step Every Day, explores the fast and furious 1920s and 1930s, when jazz was hot, credit was loose, and illegal booze flowed freely in underground speakeasies. Feinstein illustrates the impact of talking pictures, the dawn of radio, and the fledgling recording industry. Additionally, it introduces us to collectors and musicians who keep the spirit of the Jazz Age alive today.
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Feinstein introduces viewers to the people who keep the spirit of the Jazz Age alive.
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