Coming up February 12th, 2022 at NOON:

This month, the APSS gets the jump on the centennial of a great American artist, the legendary MISS PEGGY LEE. Be there when JAMES GAVIN, the author of the definitive biography IS THAT ALL THERE IS: THE STRANGE LIFE OF PEGGY LEE, speaks with the APSS's Will Friedwald. This promises to be a fun-filled afternoon, packed with vintage anecdotage and classic clips of the great lady in action!

We meet the second Saturday of each month
from October through June at:

343 W. 46th St., NYC

To accommodate the needs of those who cannot attend the live meeting scheduled at Don't Tell Mama on December 11th at 12 pm. you can be with us on Facebook Live at this link:

In case you missed the program on December 11th, you can see the video here. (Click blue button)

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Established in 1980, the American Popular Song Society is a New York based, not-for-profit social organization, dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the American Song Book, by providing a forum for discussion, education, performance, the encouragement of current songwriters to create new songs which extend the tradition, and the collection of classic sheet music and recordings. More...
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