Nordstrom Sisters

Nordstrom Sisters

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The Nordstrom Sisters were an American cabaret act which performed internationally from 1931 to 1976.

Dagmar Nordstrom (1903 – 1976) the younger of the two sisters was a composer, arranger and the pianist of the duo. She wrote the music of Remembering You, a fox trot popular in the 1940s and released on records.

Sigfred Nordstrom (1893 – 1980), the elder sister, sang the lead and was the widow of Samuel Ferebee Williams (1883–1931), a confectionery executive who was the originator of the Tootsie Roll. They were married in 1919. Williams died in October 1931.

Originally from Chicago, the sisters were of Swedish and Norwegian extraction. They were frequently billed as society performers. These international cabaret singers were often styled as The Misses Nordstrom or introduced as those Park Avenue darlings, the Nordstrom Sisters. Their songs were full of sexual innuendo and double entendre.From July 21, 1932 (page 10) through December 9, 1938 (page 30), The New York Times frequently reported on the radio show appearances and nightclub performances of the Nordstrom Sisters.

The pair lived in London for a year in 1939, when they were the resident performers at The Ritz. They were often featured onboard transatlantic ocean liners favouring...
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