Blackbirds of 1928

Blackbirds of 1928 was a hit Broadway revue with music by Jimmy McHugh and lyrics by Dorothy Fields. It contained the songs "Diga Diga Do", the duo's first hit, "I Can't Give You Anything But Love", and "I Must Have That Man" all sung by Adelaide Hall.

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Blackbirds Of 1928 - 1933 Recordings
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Adelaide Hall - Blackbirds of 1928
... In 1928, Adelaide starred on Broadway with Bill "Bojangles" Robinson in Blackbirds of 1928 ... Blackbirds of 1928 was the idea of impresario Lew Leslie, who planned to build the show around Florence Mills in New York after her success in the hit show Blackbirds in London in 1926, but she died of pneumonia ... at Les Ambassadeurs Club in New York in January, 1928, under the title Blackbird Revue, but in May 1928 it transferred to Broadway's Liberty Theatre and was re-titled Blackbirds ...