Sing - A - Long Party
A banjo player, even with a limited knowledge of chords, is in the enviable position
to be able to lead informal sing-a-longs in retirement homes, rest homes and
hospitals, etc.  The pleasure, joy and healing atmosphere that is created with this
kind of a function is hard to describe.  It needs to be experienced and only then
will one understand the joy that it creates for the audience and for the performer.

"Sing-a-Long Party" is a great collection of popular sing-a-long tunes arranged in
good singing keys, with, in some cases, simplified accompaniment chords.  The
performer is supplied with a spiral bound book of lead sheets with the melody on
the staff, the accompaniment chords in bold letters above and the words in bold,
easy to read letters, below. The Index to  "Sing-a-Long Party" follows with 42
songs which is enough to do an hour of sing-a-long entertainment.  

A master song booklet with all the words to the tunes is included. The lead sheets
in the song book are keyed to the page numbers in the booklets.  Any print shop is
able to make copies from your master, or, it has been my experience that
retirement facilities, assisted living facilities, etc. are all very capable and willing to
print the copies for you.
INDEX To 42 Great
Sing - A - Long Songs
A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
After You've Gone
Alice Blue Gown
Are You Lonesome Tonight
As Time Goes By
Baby Face
By The Light Of The Silvery Moon
California Here I Come
Happy Days Are Here Again
Harbor Lights
Hello Dolly
I Believe
If I Could Be With You
I Left My Heart In San Francisco
I'll Be Seeing You
I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom. . .
I'm Gonna Sit Right Down And. . .
I Wistle A Happy Tune
Jeannie With The Light Brown Hair
Keep Your Sunny Side Up
Mexicali Rose
Mona Lisa
Paddlin' Madelin Home
Red Roses For A Blue Lady
Red Sails In The Sunset
Side By Side
Smile Darn Ye Smile
Sonny Boy
Stars Fell On Alabama
The Band Played On
The Best Things In Life Are Free
The Last Time I Saw Paris
The White Cliffs Of Dover
Tip-Toe Through The Tulips
When It's Springtime In The Rockies
When The Red, Red Robin . . .
When You Wore A Tulip