Glenn Miller (1904-1944) was an American jazz musician.

Glenn Miller ~ one of the famous Big Band Jazz musicians. He was more so apart of the Early stages of Big Band Jazz. Vibrato was big in this era, known as the original autotune! Big band started around the

Major Glenn Miller (1904 - 1944).  While he was traveling to entertain U.S. troops in France during World War II, Glenn Miller disappeared in bad weather over the English Channel. The Glenn Miller Orchestra was re-formed after the war and continues to record and perform to this day.

Glenn Miller decided to join the war effort during World War ll. While he was traveling to entertain U. troops in France, the single-engine Army Air Force Norseman carrying Major Glenn Miller disappeared in thick fog over the English Channel.

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Saturday Serenade ~ Glen Miller Orchestra ~ “Moonlight Serenade”

Glenn Miller Orchestra (along with several actors playing musicians) in concert in a scene from the movie "Orchestra Wives".

Glenn Miller.   Glenn Miller March 1, 1904- December 15, 1944  On a foggy day in December 1944, he set out in a single engine C-64 Norseman aircraft from England, headed out over the English Channel for Paris, France. He was to set up arrangements for his band's arrival in Paris and a Christmas program. In the company of an Air force Colonel and the pilot, they disappeared without a trace.

Alton Glenn Miller (March 1904 – missing in December was an American big band musician, arranger, composer, and bandleader in the swing era.

Alton Glenn Miller, Clarinda IA, (1904-1944), military plane crash during WWII.  Band leader, musician, arranger, composer.

Mom had a Christian couple over and the guy would grab Mom's broom and make trombone sounds with it.

The Glen Miller Story...a classic!!  I loved Jimmy Stewart and June Allyson in this!

The Glenn Miller Story

The Glenn Miller Story The biography of the Bandleader Glenn Miller from his beginnings to his death over the English Channel in December with a lot of his arangements, partly in an authentic cast.

Glenn Miller - In The Mood    "In the Mood" is a song popularized by the American bandleader Glenn Miller in 1939, and one of the best-known arrangements of the big band era. Miller's rendition topped the charts one year later and was featured in the 1941 movie Sun Valley Serenade.

James Stewart como Glenn Miller en “Música y Lágrimas” (The Glenn Miller Story), 1954

Chattanooga Choo Choo  Glen Miller and his orchestra,  from the movie "Sun Valley Serenade" 1941

Glenn Miller & His Orchestra - "Chattanooga Choo Choo" -- From the movie "Sun Valley Serenade" With Tex Beneke & The Modernaires singing, and The Nicholas Bothers and Dorothy Dandridge singing and dancing.

American trombonist and band leader Glenn Miller (1904 - 1944) performing with the Glenn Miller Army Air Force Band to entertain the troops. Original Publication: Picture Post - 1782 - Glenn Miller - unpub. (Photo by Felix Man/Getty Images)

On this date 73 years ago, Glenn Miller and his Orchestra recorded the hit "Juke Box Saturday Night," with Marion Hutton and the Modernaires on vocals

Glenn Miller (1904 - 1944) - Find A Grave Photos

Glenn Miller - It is believed that he was killed as a returning Allied bombing group dumped their remaining load over the Channel and a bomb hit Miller's plane flying below .

Glenn Miller - In The Mood.  This is a scene from "Orchestra Wives", the o only movie Miller appeared in (he's playing the lead trombone).  But pay close attention when the camera switches from Miller to the pianist - the guy playing the piano looks like the same guy who played  Fred Gailey (the lawyer who represented Santa Claus) in "Miracle on 34th Street"..could it be he?

Glenn Miller - In The Mood. This is a scene from "Orchestra Wives", the only movie Miller appeared in (he's playing the lead trombone).

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