Roseville Big Band
Song List for the Edison High School Class of 1954 50th Reunion

June 26, 2004
Led by Glen Newton

We were to set up at 7:00 and play from 8:00 to midnight, in Ballroom B in Carriage Hall, at Earle Brown Heritage Center, 6150 Summit Drive N., Brooklyn Center; wear black and white. However, because the city van, which we thought we had reserved, was in use by someone else, we had to make last minute alternate arrangements to transport our equipment, and after the equipment arrived at 7:45, we were able to start playing at 8:20.
Songs in red are available on the Roseville Big Band Concert in the Park (+8) CD. Songs crossed out like this were on the original list but were skipped due to lack of time. Songs in Italics were added by audience request;
audience members also requested several of the songs that were already on the play list, indicated by an asterisk(*).

Songs in groups of three
Dance to the Big Band Swing (Karen, Glen, Kenne, Conrad)
String of Pearls (Kay, Peter)
All of Me (Karen, Jim, Conrad, Rich)
Moonlight Serenade (Kay)
As Long As I'm Singing (Glen, Conrad)
1952: Kansas City (Kenne, Conrad, Peter)
When I Fall in Love (Karen)
Sleepy Time Gal (Glen, Rich)
It Had to Be You (Keith)
1952: Satin Doll (Ann, Karen, Glen, Peter, Conrad)
1952: Kiss of Fire (Cha Cha; Mark, Ann; guest percussionists from the audience)
Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen (Karen, Glen, Conrad; arr. by Glen Newton; first performance by the Roseville Big Band)
Woodchopper’s Ball (Dan et al)

Intermission

Paper Moon (Karen, Glen)
Proud Mary (Peter)
Polka Medley
Happpy Birthday to Jim Baker (Steve)
I’m Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter (Karen, Kay)
Blue Skirt Waltz (Glen)*
The Nearness of You (Glen, trumpet)*
In the Mood (Kay, Conrad, Peter)

How About You? (Karen, Glen)
Little Brown Jug (Kari, Conrad)
Second Time Around (Karen)
Don't Know Why (Karen)
1952: Rock Around the Clock (short version; Bill P., Dan)
Skylark (Karen)
1958: La Bamba (Bill F.)
Ice Castles Theme (Thru the Eyes of Love) (Karen, Glen)

Intermission

Sing, Sing, Sing (Kenne, Rich, Keith, Glen, Conrad)
Misty (Bill F., Rich, Mark)
Prom Polka
1954: Fly Me to the Moon (instrumental, Kay)
Blue Skies (Ann, Keith, Karen, Glen)
Chattanooga Choo-Choo (Wolpe, arr.; Conrad)
Opus One (Karen, Glen, Conrad, Rich, Steve)
Beer Barrel Polka (Keith, Karen, GN)
Blue Tango

Lady is a Tramp (Karen, Glen, Keith)
PA 6-5000 (Kari, Conrad)
Stardust (Peter, Karen)
Glory of Love (Karen, Glen, Kay)
Taking a Chance on Love (Conrad)
You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Loves You (Karen, Ann)
C'est Si Bon
When You Wish Upon a Star (Karen)
2nd from last: 1952: Show Me the Way to Go Home (Ann, Conrad)
Last: Thanks for the Memory (Dan)

Roseville Big Band performers for this dance:

Saxes: Kay Foster, Bill Frank, Conrad Miska, Debbie Clapp, and Bill Pearson
Trumpets: Mark Lee, Kari Coad, Peter Davis, and Dan Theobald
Trombones: Lee Dummer, George Henly, Rich Eyman, and Keith Miner
Rhythm: Ann Booth (piano), Jim Foss (guitar), Steve Goranson (bass), and Kenne Thomas (drums); due to lack of space, Glen did not play vibes
Vocal: Karen Dunn, Glen Newton, and Keith Miner

We sold one CD, which was used as a door prize. Most of the audience had left by 11:40, but four people stayed until the end. This evening may have set a record for the number of subs in the band: Conrad, Debbie, Kari, Peter, Dan, Lee, and Steve were all subbing as performers. This was the first time subbing for Conrad and Debbie. We didn't have subs for Kirk and Diane. Bill subbed for Bob bringing the equipment.