New Dean Martin ‘That’s Amore’ Lyric Video
Play Dean Martin On YouTube
Watch the lyric video for “Let It Snow!” and other Christmas classics by Dean Martin on YouTube! https://deanmartin.lnk.to/DinosChristmas/youtube
Play ‘A Winter Romance’ By Dean Martin
The perfect soundtrack to cozy up by the fire with this holiday. Ask Alexa, “Play ‘A Winter Romance’ by Dean Martin on Amazon Music.
Listen To ‘Dino’s Christmas’ In Spatial Audio
And since we’ve no place to go…Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! Listen to Dino’s Christmas on Apple Music! Listen here! https://deanmartin.lnk.to/DinosChristmas/applemusic
“You Belong To Me” On The Pop Charts in August 1950
Dean Martin’s version of “You Belong To Me” was beginning a 10-week run on the pop charts back in this month of 1950. Dean’s version of the classic song is our favorite rendition — how about you?
Dean Martin’s ‘I’m Gonna Steal You Away’ Was Released In August 1956
This month in August of 1956: Capitol Records released Dean Martin’s single “I’m Gonna Steal You Away” with additional vocals by The Nuggets.
Dean Martin Recorded ‘Who’s Sorry Now’ This Day In 1950
Today in 1950, on July 31, Dean Martin was recording at Capitol Records’ Melrose Avenue studios between 8PM and 11:30PM tracking vocals for “Who’s Sorry Now?” and “The Peddler’s Serenade” among other songs. Both songs can be heard on Dean Martin: The Capitol Recordings, Vol. 2. Listen to “Who’s Sorry Now?” here:
“We Open In Venice” Was Recorded 59 Years Ago Today
Today in 1963 Dean Martin was in the studio at United Recorders on Sunset Blvd. in Los Angeles recording the song “We Open In Venice” with additional vocals by Frank Sinatra and Sammy Davis, Jr. as well as the Hi-Lo’s. The session started at 8PM and ended well past midnight. Listen to the song here!
Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis Flashback To July 4, 1951
Enjoy Independence Day with this flashback to July 4, 1951 — watch the newsreel video here!
The Martin and Lewis Show With Guest John Garfield
This week in 1949 on “The Martin and Lewis” radio show, the guest was
legendary actor John Garfield. Listen to John and Jerry go “head to
head” in comedy (with Dean’s help) here!