Watch the new official music video for Dean Martin’s “I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm.”
On this day in 1958, Dean Martin was recording “Dream A Little Dream Of Me” with an orchestra conducted by none other than Frank Sinatra. The session took place from 10PM to 1AM the next day at the Capitol Records Tower at 1750 Vine Street in Hollywood, California. The song was issued on Dean’s album, Sleep Warm.
This week in 1964: Dean Martin’s Reprise Records single “Everybody Loves Somebody” was #1 on Billboard magazine’s Hot 100 singles chart!
July 11 is the 75th anniversary of Dean Martin’s first-ever recording session, which took place in 1946. Dean, with pianist Nat Brandwynne and His Orchestra, recorded “Which Way Did My Heart Go,” “All Of Me,” “I Got The Sun In The Morning,” and “Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi” in New York City.
It’s a good day to celebrate the great outdoors — who has been to Craig Beach in Lake Milton State Park in Ohio, where Dean Martin got his start?
Released this month in 1962, French Style was Dean Martin’s first LP for Reprise Records. Who out there still has the original album?
It’s April – but instead of an April Fools’ joke, we prefer to enjoy the sweet sound of Dean Martin! If you HAD to choose one song, which would you listen to all month, “April in Paris” or “April Again?”
Let’s celebrate the The Academy Awards by remembering the 30th presentation, which took place on March 26, 1958 and featured Dean Martin performing “All The Way” from the film The Joker Is Wild. Enjoy this clip c/o the Oscars on YouTube of the tune winning Best Song at the ceremony!