Unhappy with the arrangements he is given, band leader Melton leaves his group and his vocalist girl friend, Ellis. The duo eventually reunite and together become a success over the airwaves. This was the last of three contracted pictures for Melton, whose movie career effectively ended
after this effort (he made a cameo in the later ZIEGFELD FOLLIES). A noted opera star, Melton continued to perform to much acclaim throughout the 1930s and '40s and made many appearances on radio. A list of fine tunes, starting with the Al Dubin-Harry Warren composition "September in the Rain,"
includes "A Flat in Manhattan," "An Excuse for Dancing," "Jose O'Neill, the Cuban Heel," ...