All inducted songs
"…some of these days, you're gonna miss me, honey"
Some of These Days
  • Year Inducted: 2005
  • Written In: 1910
Songwriters
Artists
Louis Armstrong
Bing Crosby
Ella Fitzgerald
Cab Calloway
Jeff Healey
Billie Holiday
Oscar Peterson
The Four Lads

Destined to become a jazz standard, this song was Brooks’ first big hit and fate played right into his hands. He persuaded Russian-born vaudeville entertainer Sophie Tucker to sing it during her appearance at a Chicago theatre. One writer wrote that the number was “perhaps the landmark song of this Tin Pan Alley epoch.” Over its lifetime, the song sold one million copies – sheet music sales were substantial – and was recorded by several artists. Some of These Days reached Number 1 in 1927.

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Some of These Days & The Darktown Strutters' Ball - Performed by Jackie Richardson and Joe Sealy
The songs were performed by Canadian Gemini Award Winning singer and actress, Jackie Richardson, along with pianist Joe Sealy at the 2005 CSHF Induction Gala.
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