Welcome to the Tin Pan Alley Project
Tin Pan Alley was the popular music industry that gave us the great songs of 1890 to 1955—everything from “Daisy, Daisy” to “High Hopes,” and including “Over the Rainbow,” “White Christmas,” “Summertime,” and thousands of others!
This site offers information, advice, and community for users, enthusiasts, and scholars of the wonderful songs of Tin Pan Alley—and more!
(It is also still in development, so please forgive the scarcity of information—as yet—and visit again soon to read even more about Tin Pan Alley!)
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You can dispute it, but it's worth some weight: Philip Furia and Michael Lasser call this "the first American popular song that clearly deserves to be called a 'standard'. ... a distinctively modern song." It was written in 1910 by African American songwriter Shelton Brooks and introduced by Jewish American singer Sophie Tucker, becoming her theme song for a career that lasted into the 1960s.
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