Dancer, award-winning choreographer, show producer, stand-up comedienne, TV/film actress and author, Norma Miller shares her touching historical memoir of Harlem's legendary Savoy Ballroom and the phenomenal music and dance craze that 'spread the power of Swing across the world like Wildfire'. It was a time when the music was Swing, and Harlem was king. Renowned as 'the world's most beautiful ballroom' and the largest, most elegant in Harlem, the Savoy was the only ballroom not segregated when it opened in 1926. The Savoy hosted the best bands and attracted the best dancers by offering the challenge of fierce competition. White people traveled uptown to learn exciting new dance styles. A dance contest winner by fourteen, Norma Miller became a member of Herbert White's world-famous Lindy Hoppers and a celebrated Savoy Ballroom Lindy Hop champion." Swingin' at the Savoy" chronicles a significant period in American cultural history and race relations, as it glorifies the popularized home of the Lindy Hop, and the birthplace of such memorable dance fads as the Big Apple, Shag, Truckin', Peckin', Susie Q, Charleston, Peabody, Black Bottom, Cake Walk, Boogie Woogie, Shimmy, and tap dancing. Miller shares fascinating anecdotes about her youthful encounters with many of the greatest jazz legends in music history including Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Billie Holiday, Artie Shaw, Duke Ellington, Ethel Waters, and even boxer Joe Louis. Author note: Norma Miller began her career as a choreographer by forming the Norma Miller Jazz Dancers and appeared in Olsen and Johnson's Broadway stage production of Hellzapoppin for five years. Her film credits include "A Day at the Races", "Malcolm X", and "Captiva", and she has toured internationally including an extensive tour in Vietnam during the war.She has performed stand-up comedy on Vegas stages for years and enjoyed a ten-year working relationship with Redd Foxx, during which time she made numerous TV appearances on his network show. In 1992 Miller was nominated for an Emmy for her choreography in the CBS movie of the week, "Stompin' at the Savoy", and has also been the subject of many documentaries, including National Geographic's television program "Explorer" and the Smithsonian Jazz series on national radio. Evette Jensen met Norma Miller in 1992 while working as a producer associate in Las Vegas and jumped at the chance to help, sorting through interviews, stories, pictures, and other memorabilia that became this book. Jensen lives in Las Vegas where she sells real estate and works as a freelance writer.