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    May092017

    Paul Harvey Podcast - The Rest of the Story - (S01-E17) The Accidental Jazz Singer

    In this podcast episode, we feature Mr. Paul Harvey and one of his signature radio programs, The Rest of the Story. We in the middle of a six-episode series on American singers who overcame incredible odds to become international stars in the music industry. In this episode, it was not a challenge that was overcome, but it was an accident that led to entirely new form of music. This is the fifth episode in the series. Let us now tune our radio dial to The Rest of the Story and listen to Paul Harvey provide us the back-story and a surprise ending to what I call “The accidental jazz singer”. The Rest of the Story was a radio program hosted by Paul Harvey beginning during the Second World War on the ABC Radio Networks for many decades. This radio show consisted of stories presented as little-known or forgotten facts on a variety of subjects with some key element of the story held back until the end. So I do not spoil the ending, I will not say anything else about this episode.

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