Joey Nash was Richard Himber's usual vocalist in the earliest recordings. Himber studied the violin, celeste and vibraphone. After working with Sophie Tucker, he was with Jean Goldkette's orchestra from 1929 till 1934. He was a superb arranger as well. From 1934 on he had his own band, and would be leading several own ensembles from then on, and was very successful till the end of the 30's. This superb version was recorded in 1934. At that time, his band was actually called "Richard Himber and his Ritz-Carlton Orchestra".