This is a tribute to a sadly forgotten early 20th century bandleader.
A lyrical genius, Harry Roy had a long, interesting career.
The most surprising thing about him, though, is how he became even more interesting after he passed away.

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Hey folks!  I’d really like to make a living doing something I love (it would even make these shows a ton better & more frequent, in the process).  It’s really easy to help…

If you like what I’m doing:
1)  You can donate through PayPal by using the ‘donate’ button.
It’s on the homepage: (it’s a bright yellow button on the right & down a little bit).
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2)  Comment on and/or rate the show on iTunes.
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3)  ‘Like’ the portlandians facebook page!
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4)  Tell your friends to listen:
I’ve made it easy for you.  You can use the ‘share’ buttons for Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Reddit, etc…
Go to the bottom of this post.  If they’re not visible, click here.  They shall magically appear at the bottom of the post.
(You can also tell your friends ‘face to face’ like the old days…couldn’t hurt, right?)

5) Also, you can buy my damn music:
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6) …and get things like this from @portlandians1 on Twitter:
“I’m REALLY not good at sharing…but, I’m also not good at a ton of other things so I think it balances out.”

Thanks for listening and looking, everybody.
Tell people you love them.
I Luv you guys.
Take care…