Who composed the song Stormy Weather?

Who composed the song Stormy Weather?

Ted Koehler
Harold Arlen
Stormy Weather/Composers
Composer Harold Arlen and lyricist Ted Koehler had written a superb new torch song for Ethel to sing in the twenty-second edition of the “Cotton Club Parade.” The song was called “Stormy Weather” and Ethel’s interpretation was a turning point in her career.

Who is best known for singing Stormy Weather?

Ethel Waters
“Stormy Weather” is a 1933 torch song written by Harold Arlen and Ted Koehler. Ethel Waters first sang it at The Cotton Club night club in Harlem in 1933 and recorded it that year, and in the same year it was sung in London by Elisabeth Welch and recorded by Frances Langford.

Who sang Stormy Weather in the 60s?


Title Performer Release date
Stormy Weather Etta James December 1960
Stormy Weather Pearl Bailey 1960
Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin’ All the T… Betty Carter 1960
Stormy Weather Sarah Vaughan 1960

When did the song Stormy Weather come out?

1960Stormy Weather / Released

Who sang Stormy Weather In The Cotton Club movie?

Lonette McKee Ill Wind (The Cotton Club Movie) – YouTube.

Who owns the rights to Stormy Weather?

Century Fox. All rights reserved. Filmed with an illustrious all-black cast, Stormy Weather was released by Twentieth Century-Fox in 1943. Directed by Andrew L.

Who wrote Stormy Monday?

T-Bone WalkerStormy Monday / Lyricist

Is Stormy Weather a jazz song?

Jazz Standards Songs and Instrumentals (Stormy Weather (Keeps Rainin’ All the Time)) ”’Stormy Weather’ was originally written…for vocalist and bandleader Cab Calloway….”

Who played Chick Bailey Stormy Weather?

Emmett ‘Babe’ Wallace
Stormy Weather (1943) – Emmett ‘Babe’ Wallace as Chick Bailey – IMDb.

Was Stormy Weather an all black cast?

Stormy Weather is a 1943 film musical by (white) director Andrew L. Stone and released by 20th Century Fox. The film was—and still is—known for its all-Black ensemble cast, a rarity during Hollywood’s classical era.

Who wrote Blue Classic Stormy Monday?

T-Bone Walker
T-Bone Walker swung the blues, made his guitar cry like no-one else and wrote a classic in “Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday’s Just As Bad).” It’s among the latest batch of recordings named to the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress. Walker first recorded “Stormy Monday” in 1947.