AS PERFORMED BY
THE TOM DAUGHERTY ORCHESTRA
ARMY AIR FORCE BAND
GLENN MILLER TRIBUTE
|Famous for being the leader of the most popular big band during the Big Big Band Era, Glenn Miller is the music symbol of a generation. Of all of the band and leaders of that era, the memory of Glenn Miller is the most long-lived and powerful. In the late 1930’s and 1940’s, he was a “pop superstar” with literally dozens of hit songs. Some of those hit songs which are still popular today include: “In The Mood”, “Moonlight Serenade”, “I’ve Got A Gal In Kalamazoo”, “Tuxedo Junction”, “A String Of Pearls”, and “Chattanooga Choo Choo”, for which Glenn Miller received the first “gold” record in the recording industry.|
The 15 member Tom Daugherty Orchestra recreates the sound and the look of the
original Glenn Miller Orchestra with the original music arrangements.
The orchestra is under the direction of trombonist and musical arranger Tom Daugherty.
Featured with the group are vocalists Dale Hawley, Mindy Meltzer, and
vocal groups “The Moonlight Singers” recreating the original
“Modernaires" and “The Swingin’ Sweethearts” as the “Andrew Sisters”.
Also featured, are several musicians who were past members of the current
Glenn Miller Orchestra.
The Moonlight Singers
15 Piece "Big Band"
Male and Female Vocalists
4 Member vocal group - "The Moonlight Singers "
Optional 3 Member female vocal group
"The Swingin' Sweethearts"
Recreating The Andrew Sisters
The Chesterfield Broadcasts
“Glenn Miller On the Air"
As Performed By The Tom Daugherty Orchestra
It’s the 1940’s again with Glenn Miller and his
orchestra on the radio with the Chesterfield
Broadcasts. The tribute show features those great
Miller hit songs and a special appearance
by the Andrew Sisters.
Musical Selections Include:
“Moonlight Serenade”, “In The Mood”,
“A String Of Pearls” “Tuxedo Junction”,
“Chattanooga Choo Choo,
“The Little Brown Jug”
“Pennsylvania 6-5000”, “Perfidia”, “American Patrol”, “Kalamazoo”, “Elmer’s Tune”, “Stardust”,
“Moonlight Cocktails”, and many more!
"A Nightingale Sang In Berkley Square"
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For more information contact:
Tom Pfrogner , Musical Director
Phone (937) 845-2468 Cell (937) 239-3097
Swingin' Sounds Promotions LLC