The Honey Dreamers
The Honey Dreamers was a singing group composed of 3 males and two females that appeared on radio and early television programs like CBS's Faye Emerson's Wonderful Town and The Ed Sullivan Show. The group was formed at St. Olaf College in 1946 by Keith Textor and his roommate Dick Larson, who introduced Keith to Sylvia Mikelson. Textor led the group and was responsible for the group's intricate harmonies Their manager, at one point, was Art Ward.
Singers in the original lineup
- Keith Textor
- Sylvia Mikelson (later known as Sylvia Textor)
- Dick Larson
- Ardys Benson
- Paul Montan
Later lineups included
- "Along the Navajo Trail"
- "And That Reminds Me" ( with Della Reese )
- "The Best Things in Life Are Free"
- "Can Anyone Explain? (No! No! No!)"
- "Down the Old Ox Road"
- "Give an Ordinary Fellow a Break"
- "Learnin' The Blues" (with Charlie Spivak)
- "Potato Bug Boogie"
- "Roll Along the Prairie Moon"N
- "Rootie Tootie Tootie" (The Kewtee Bear Song)
- "A Smile WIll Go A Long Long Way"
- "Something's Gotta Give" (with Charlie Spivak)
- "Sandy, The Soundman" (Sound effects by Bob Prescott)
- An Evening with the Honeydreamers (LP)
- Track Listing
- Really Livin'
- Back in Your Own Backyard
- I've Got Sixpence
- On the Sunny Side of the Street
- It's a Good Day
- Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams
- True Kind O' Thinking
- Just Around the Corner
- When You're Smiling
- Blue Skies
- Feeling So Good Today
- Best Things in Life Are Free