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Glenn Miller

Glenn Miller's reign as the most popular bandleader in the U.S. came relatively late in his career and was relatively brief, lasting only about three and a half years, from the spring of 1939 to the fall of 1942. But during that period he utterly dominated popular music, and over time he has proven the most enduring figure of the swing era, with reissues of his recordings achieving gold record status 40 years after his death. Miller developed a distinctive sound in which a high-pitched clarinet carried the melody, doubled by a saxophone section playing an octave lower, and he used that sound to produce a series of hits that remain definitive examples of swing music. Miller's approach is not much appreciated by jazz fans, who prefer bands that allow for greater improvisation than was found in his highly disciplined, rigorously rehearsed unit. But he brought the swing style of popular music to a level of sophistication and commercial acceptance it had not previously achieved and would not see again after his untimely passing.

Miller was the son of Lewis Elmer and Mattie Lou Cavender Miller. He lived in various locations in the Midwest while he was growing up. He first took up the mandolin, then switched to a horn. In Grant City, MO, where his family moved in 1915, he joined the town band and began playing trombone. By 1918, the family had moved to Fort Morgan, CO, where he played in the high school band and graduated in May 1921. He immediately joined the Boyd Senter band, but quit to start college at the University of Colorado in January 1923. After a year, however, he left college and moved to Los Angeles, where he joined Ben Pollack's band. In the summer of 1928, he left Pollack and settled in New York, where he worked as a session musician and arranger. When in the spring of 1934 Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey formed the Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, he signed on as trombonist and arranger, remaining with the band almost a year. He left to organize an American band for British bandleader Ray Noble that made its debut at the Rainbow Room in New York's Rockefeller Center. Meanwhile, he was studying theory and composition with Joseph Schillinger.

Miller began recording under his own name for Columbia Records on April 25, 1935, using a pickup band containing members of the Noble orchestra. His instrumental "Solo Hop" reached the Top Ten in the summer of 1935. But he did not organize a permanent touring band of his own until 1937, when he signed to Brunswick Records. The group was not a success, and he disbanded it in early 1938, then reorganized a couple of months later and signed to the discount-priced Bluebird subsidiary of RCA Victor Records. Still without any great success, he managed to maintain this orchestra for the next year until he got his big break with an engagement at the Glen Island Casino in New Rochelle, NY, in the summer of 1939. Glen Island was a major swing venue with a radio wire, giving the band extensive exposure. Already, Miller had hit the charts with the Top Ten hit "Sunrise Serenade"; soon, its flipside, "Moonlight Serenade," would become an even bigger hit. "Wishing (Will Make It So)" (vocal by Ray Eberle) hit number one in June. Ultimately, Miller scored 17 Top Ten hits in 1939, including the subsequent chart-toppers "Stairway to the Stars," "Moon Love," "Over the Rainbow," and "Blue Orchids" (all vocals by Ray Eberle), as well as "The Man With the Mandolin" (vocal by Marion Hutton).

Miller's recording success led to other opportunities. He became the star of the three-times-a-week radio series Chesterfield Supper Club in December 1939 and began the first of several extended engagements at the Café Rouge in the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York in January 1940, also appearing occasionally at the Paramount Theatre. He scored 31 Top Ten hits in 1940, more than three times as many as the second most successful recording artist of the year, Tommy Dorsey, hitting number one with "Careless," "When You Wish Upon a Star," "Imagination," "Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear to Tread)," and "Blueberry Hill" (all vocals by Ray Eberle); "The Woodpecker Song" (vocal by Marion Hutton); and the instrumentals "In the Mood" and "Tuxedo Junction" (both of which were later inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame).

Miller scored another 11 Top Ten hits in 1941, which was enough to make him the top recording artist for the second year in a row. His number one hits included "Song of the Volga Boatmen," "You and I" (vocal by Ray Eberle), "Chattanooga Choo Choo," from his first film, Sun Valley Serenade (vocals by Tex Beneke and the Modernaires with Paula Kelly), and "Elmer's Tune" (vocals by Ray Eberle and the Modernaires). The story was much the same on the recording front in 1942, 11 Top Ten hits and a third straight ranking as the year's top recording artist, the chart-toppers including "A String of Pearls," "Moonlight Cocktail" (vocals by Ray Eberle and the Modernaires), "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (With Anyone Else but Me)," and "(I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo" (vocals on the last two by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, and the Modernaires). "Kalamazoo" came from Miller's second film, Orchestra Wives.

Yet 1942, the first full year of American participation in World War II, marked the end of Miller's dominance of popular music, since, after months of negotiations, he arranged to receive an officer's commission in the army air force on September 10 and, 17 days later, played his final date with his band, which he then broke up. He organized a service band and began performing at military camps and war-bond rallies while hosting a weekly radio series, Sustain the Wings. Nevertheless, he scored two more Top Ten hits in 1943, including the number one "That Old Black Magic" (vocals by Skip Nelson and the Modernaires). He took his band to Great Britain in June 1944 and continued to perform for the troops and do radio broadcasts. He was preparing to go on to Paris when the plane on which he was traveling disappeared over the English Channel and he died at age 40.

Glenn Miller, an album of 78 rpm records, topped the newly instituted album charts in May 1945 and became the most successful album of the year. The Glenn Miller Orchestra was reconstituted as a ghost band after the war under the direction of Tex Beneke. In October 1947, Glenn Miller Masterpieces, Vol. 2 topped the album charts. Miller was the subject of a partly fictionalized film biography, The Glenn Miller Story, starring James Stewart, in February 1954; a soundtrack album of re-recordings not featuring Miller, released by Decca Records, hit number one in March. RCA Victor countered with the 10" LP Selections from the Glenn Miller Story, which hit number one in May. (The album was reissued as a 12" LP with a modified track selection in 1956 and was certified gold in 1961. In 1962, RCA Victor released Glenn Miller Plays Selections from the Glenn Miller Story and Other Hits, which had an identical track listing to the 1956 Selections from the Glenn Miller Story LP. It went gold in 1968.) The Miller estate, having parted ways with Tex Beneke, hired Ray McKinley, a former member of the Miller band, to organize a new ghost band in 1956, and this Glenn Miller Orchestra continued to record and perform under various leaders from then on. In 1959, RCA Victor released a triple LP of previously unissued performances, For the First Time ..., which earned a Grammy nomination for Best Performance by a Dance Band. Reissues of Miller's original recordings sold well perennially. The double-LP A Memorial 1944-1969, released in October 1969, went gold in 1986; Pure Gold, released in March 1975, went gold in 1984. In 1989, Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers sampled Miller's recording of "In the Mood" on their gold single "Swing the Mood." While RCA Victor remains the primary repository of Miller recordings and continues to reissue them in various configurations, other labels have also come up with airchecks and other stray recordings, making for a large and constantly growing catalog. ~ William Ruhlmann
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: The Centennial Collection

Disc 1

1. Moonlight Serenade

2. Chattanooga Choo Choo

3. Juke Box Saturday Night

4. Over The Rainbow

5. Tuxedo Junction

6. In The Mood

8. Imagination

10. A String Of Pearls

11. When You Wish Upon A Star

12. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)

13. Pennsylvania 6-5000

15. Begin The Beguine

16. At Last

17. King Porter Stomp

18. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

19. Moon Love

Disc 2
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Track List: 20 Best Of Glenn Miller

1. In The Mood

2. Pennsylvania 6-5000

3. Little Brown Jug

4. Moonlight Serenade

5. American Patrol

6. Tuxedo Junction

7. String Of Pearls

8. Stardust

9. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

10. April in Paris

11. Song Of The Volga Boatman

12. Indian Summer

13. Serenade in Blue

14. Moonlight Cocktail

15. Bugle Call Rag

16. Kalamazoo

17. Johnson Rag

18. Sunrise Serenade

19. Chattanooga Choo Choo

20. Perfidia

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Track List: Glenn Miller & The Andrews Sisters: The Chesterfield Broadcasts

Disc 1

1. Introduction

2. Oh Johnny, Oh Johnny, Oh!

3. I've Got No Strings

4. Begin The Beguine (feat. the Andrews Sisters) (live)

5. Indian Summer

6. Chico's Love Song

7. Bei Mir Bist Du Schon

8. Beer Barrel Polka (live)

9. In The Mood

10. I Love You Much Too Much

11. The Donkey Serenade

12. Tuxedo Junction

13. Say

14. The Rumba Jumps!

15. Hold Tight-Hold Tight

16. Yodelin' Jive

17. One O'Clock Jump

18. Closing Announcements

Disc 2

1. Introducrion

2. The Little Red Fox (live)

3. Ciribiribin

4. South Of The Border

5. It's A Blue World

6. The Woodpecker Song

7. Well, All Right!

8. South American Way

9. Little Brown Jug

10. Little Sally Waters

11. I Want My Mama

12. Three O'Clock In The Morning

13. Sweet Potato Piper

14. (Down By The) O-Hi-O (O-My-O!)

15. Let's Have Another One

16. Joseph! Joseph!

17. Runnin' Wild

18. Run, Rabbit, Run! (live)

19. Do I Love You?

20. Farewell Blues

21. Closing Announcements

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Track List: Platinum Glenn Miller

Disc 1

1. Chattanooga Choo Choo

2. Elmer's Tune

3. Star Dust

4. Stairway to the Stars

5. The Woodpecker Song

6. Juke Box Saturday Night

7. Over The Rainbow

8. A String of Pearls

9. When You Wish Upon a Star

10. Imagination

11. Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the Bar

12. Tuxedo Junction

13. Serenade in Blue

14. Danny Boy

15. A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley

16. Blue Rain

17. Along the Santa Fe Trail

18. Give a Little Whistle

19. The Boogie Wooglie Piggy

20. Moonlight Cocktail

Disc 2

1. In The Mood

2. (I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo

3. My Blue Heaven

4. Little Brown Jug

5. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anybody But Me)

6. The Story Of A Starry Night

7. At Last

8. Blueberry Hill

9. Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead

10. American Patrol

11. Bugle Call Rag

12. Fools Rush In (Where Angels Fear To Tread)

13. The Nearness Of You

14. Blue Orchids

15. Pennsylvania 6-5000

16. Song Of The Volga Boatman

17. Moon Love

18. I'll Never Smile Again

19. Rhapsody In Blue

20. Moonlight Serenade

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Track List: Falling In Love With Glenn Miller

1. Stardust

2. Oh, You Crazy Moon

3. Sunrise Serenade

4. And The Angels Sing

5. Moonlight Serenade

6. This Time The Dream's On Me

7. Polka Dot's And Moonbeams

8. At Last

9. I Know Why (And So Do You)

10. You Stepped Out Of A Dream

11. Dearly Beloved

12. It's Always You

13. That Old Black Magic

14. I'm Old Fashioned

15. Moonlight Becomes You

16. The Nearness Of You

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Track List: The Best Of The Lost Recordings & The Secret Broadcasts

1. In The Mood

6. Moonlight Serenade

9. Little Brown Jug

10. Caribbean Clipper

12. Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar

13. A String Of Pearls

14. Anvil Chorus

15. Speak Low

16. Tuxedo Junction

18. Jeep Jockey Jump

19. Poinciana

20. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

21. American Patrol

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Track List: More Greatest Hits

1. Running Wild

2. Stairway To The Stars

3. Over The Rainbow

4. Stardust

5. Indian Summer

6. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

7. The Anvil Chorus

8. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

9. The Nearness Of You

10. Perfidia

11. Elmer's Tune

12. Moonlight Cocktail

13. Serenade In Blue

14. Skylark

15. At Last

16. My Isle Of Golden Dreams

17. Adios

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Track List: Greatest Hits

1. In The Mood

2. Moonlight Serenade

3. Tuxedo Junction

4. Chattanooga Choo-Choo

5. A String Of Pearls

6. When You Wish Upon A Star

7. That Old Black Magic

8. Moon Love

9. Little Brown Jug

10. Sunrise Serenade

11. Pennsylvania 6-5000

12. (I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo

13. American Patrol

14. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)

15. King Porter Stomp

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Track List: The Essential Glenn Miller

Disc 1

1. Moonlight Serenade

2. Wishing

3. Sunrise Serenade

4. Little Brown Jug

6. Stairway To The Stars

7. Moon Love

8. Over The Rainbow

10. In The Mood

11. Indian Summer

12. It's A Blue World

14. When You Wish Upon A Star

16. Stardust

17. Tuxedo Junction

19. Imagination

20. Fools Rush In

22. The Nearness Of You

Disc 2

3. Yes, My Darling Daughter

4. Anvil Chorus

5. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

6. Perfidia

7. Chatanooga Choo Choo

8. I Know Why

10. Adios

11. Elmer's Tune

12. A String Of Pearls

14. Moonlight Cocktail

17. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

18. American Patrol

19. (I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo

20. Serenade In Blue

21. At Last

22. That Old Black Magic

23. Juke Box Saturday Night

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Track List: Moonlight Serenade

1. Moonlight Serenade

2. King Porter Stomp

3. Little Brown Jug

4. In The Mood

5. Tuxedo Junction

6. Pennsylvania 6-5000

7. A String Of Pearls

9. Chattanooga Choo-Choo

10. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree (With Anyone Else But Me)

11. American Patrol

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Track List: A Memorial

Disc 1

1. Moonlight Serenade

2. Sunrise Serenade

3. Little Brown Jug

4. To You

5. Stairway To The Stars

6. In The Mood

7. My Prayer

8. Johnson Rag

9. Indian Summer

10. Star Dust

11. Tuxedo Junction

12. Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)

13. Pennsylvania 6-5000

14. Anvil Chorus

15. Song Of The Volga Boatmen

16. Perfidia

Disc 2

1. Chattanooga Choo Choo

2. Adios

3. Elmer's Tune

4. A String Of Pearls

5. Moonlight Cocktail

6. Skylark

7. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

8. American Patrol

9. At Last

10. (I've Got A Gal In) Kalamazoo

11. Serenade In Blue

12. Juke Box Saturday Night

13. That Old Black Magic

14. St. Louis Blues March

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Track List: The Unforgettable Glenn Miller

1. Moonlight Serenade

2. Little Brown Jug

3. In The Mood

4. Pennsylvania Six-Five Thousand

5. Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree

6. Sunrise Serenade

7. Chattanooga Choo Choo

8. Tuxedo Junction

9. American Patrol

10. I've Got A Gal In Kalamazoo

11. Stardust

12. St Louis Blues March

13. Serenade In Blue

14. Perfidia

15. Juke Box Saturday Night

16. A String Of Pearls

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G!lenm
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All they seem to have is swing artists from the US , UK and a few French on Pandora. How about adding some more diversity like Spanish , German and Italian?
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So do I!
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Wrong! I LOVE it!
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I'm like the only teenager that loves this type of music
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i have always loved glenn miller
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GLENN MILLER ,PRO SEMPER ! ! ! ! ! !
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Born in 1947 to man and woman both WW2 vets( battle of the Bulge vets) my earliest memories were accompanied by this music, B-17, B-24 Sherman Tanks, sat night by the Radio No tv yet,,,Great Days.
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1pm would be great - somewhere only we know....UCL original location :)
Come wake me up
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Hi Lindyhopperh e r e

Glenn's band was the only one to dance to in the late 30s and early 40s. music to dance to.....

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Dad was in WWII when this swing music was out. I heard it in the 50s

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GLENN MILLER , virtuoso e simpatico trombonista !!!!!!!!
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My Daddy only knew two kinds of music when I was a kid, Country & Western too bad I got such a late start on this great sound. Don;t get me wrong I still love me some Hank Williams and Hank Snow and Ernest Tubb.
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I came top his music late having been born in 1944 but am eternally grateful for his musical contribution s to American Music, and our musical influence around the World. R.I.P. Glenn.
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briman4031
I heard the program "Memories of Miller" in occupied Germany after Well.
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Pandora totally rocks, best jazz selections out there in stream world. Keep it up...
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Great era...heavy, heavy , heavy! WOW!
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make this station American Songbook only - no Celtic
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GLENN MILLER , E IMMORTALE ! ! ! ! ! ! GRAZIE PANDORA !
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The theme of my senior prom in high school was'Rhapsody in blue'!!! What a memory!!
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I just love this!! The lyrics are great. And, every time I hear it, I Just Want To Dance, dance, dance! :)
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Nice to listen to talented musicians, and bands!
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I listen everyday to this great music ! Thanks Pandora! !,
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I love swing music and Glen Miller is one of the best.
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dragonlady60 8 8
The big bands and singers were the greatest...l o v e that era
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I love Glenn and this era...think I was born in the wring era
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Wish jazz was still as popular as it was during Miller's time! #where'sglen n
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Outstanding musical rendition from a wonderful era, played by a wonderful orchestra. They don't make em like this any more. How tragic!
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i LOVE the whole swing era. in the bio they didn't mention anything about his marriage or kids, though. it's a little rude not to even mention his wonderful wife who stood by him even when the band wasn't doing too well
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I'm 13 and 14 i'm in 8 and 9th grade
And I was born in 02,09,2002.
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I was born 02,09,2002
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Just love Roy's music
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I was born in 2000, and when everyone else was listening to the black eyed peas and whatever else crap music was around at that time, i was listening to this kind of stuff (am I the only one?)
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I wasnt born until 1947 but I got hooked on Glenn Miller, Harry James and others by the time I was 10. I never tire of Big Band music. The composers were amazing..sho w e d real talent. Some modern day C&W composers come close.
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There is a reason that this music went out of style. I enjoy Glen Miller movie with Jimmy Stewart. Do you get tired of listening to big band music?
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I was 13 years in 1943 and my 20 yr brother would swing me around to the tune "InThe mood". Today at 85 yrs, I'm still dancing to it!ach time I hear it, I
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Always liked Glenn Miller's band playing the Johnson Rag...mmmm!
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Solid!
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Listening to Glenn Miller brings back memories of me and my mother watching the old musicals that were on television. Glenn Miller was an inspiration to the musicians of this country.
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Masterful Rhapsody in Blue...mmmmm !
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this is the best dance tune on the planet, if you don't agree.....go back under your bed......
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Check out the Glenn Miller Birthplace society in Clarinda, Iowa.
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