Spend time with America's most outstanding composers when you listen to radio's Best of All. The show celebrated American composers from musical comedy, operetta, and movie scores. Singers, backed by Skitch Henderson and the orchestra, presented music by such composers as George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Rodgers and Hammerstein, Vincent Youmans, Cole Porter and many more. The show provided commentary about the composer, the song, or about an operetta.
The show debuted on June 14, 1954 as a half-hour show then moved to a one hour show on June 28. Singers who appeared on the show included Sara Flemming, Clark Dennis, Donald Graham, Sylvia Michaels, Jack Haskill and the Textor Singers with announcer Kenneth Banghart. Best of All ended in May 1955.
If you like great music, you'll probably like these shows: Bell Telephone Hour, Call For Music, Carnation Contented Hour, Cavalcade of Music, Columbia Presents, The Enchanted Hour, Kraft Music Hall, Live from Birdland, Manhattan Merry-Go-Round, Metropolitan Opera, Music and the Muse, Music Rarities, NBC Bandstand, Radio Hall of Fame, Swingtime, and Your Hit Parade.