Roseville Big Band with the Rosetones
Commemorative Air Force Bomber's Moon Ball, September 6, 2008
Led by Glen Newton

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.

Set One - Part 1 (8:00-9:00):
1. Dance to the Big Band Swing (Karen, GN, Glen P., Dave)
2. Joshua (George, Keith, Carl, Rich)
3. As Long As I'm Singing (GN, Ira)
4. Ac-cent-tchuate the Positive (Karen, GN (trumpet))
5. Brown Wore Black (Rich, Keith, Carl, George, GN (flugelhorn))
6. Come Fly with Me (low key version; GN, Glen P.)
7.
Cha Cha Cha for Judy (audience guest percussionists; priority given to people named Judy)
8. Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Keith)
9. Route 66 (Ann, Mark L., Ira, Carl)
10. Rosie the Riveter (Bob, GN, Rich)
11. Moon River (Kay and Bill F., alto sax duet; Karen, GN)
12. Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries (Kay)
13. Beer Barrel Polka (Karen, GN, Keith, vocals)
14. Look for the Silver Lining (Bob, Ann)
15. Fever (Karen, Rich)

At 9:00, we announced the winners of the raffle for the B-25 run-up.

Set One - Part 2 (9:00-9:20):
16. Satin Doll (Ann, Dan T. (flugelhorn), Ira, Karen, GN)
17. In the Mood (full version - do not omit G and H; Kay, Glen P., Kari, Carl)
18. You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You (Karen, Ann)
19. I've Got You Under My Skin (Mark Taylor arr.; GN)
20. Little Brown Jug (Dan T., Glen P.)
21. Lady is a Tramp (Karen, GN; Keith scat)

After set one, the band took a break during the run-up of the engines of Miss Mitchell, the B-25 bomber.

 
Set Two (9:40-10:40):
1. Woodchopper's Ball (GN, trumpet with plunger; Bob, Carl, Mike B., Glen P., George, Dan T., Rich, Keith (bass trombone), Bill F., Ira, Mike W.)
2. (It Seems that I Have) Heard That Song Before
(Dan T., GN)
3. Moonlight Serenade (Kay, clarinet)
4. Brazil (Kay, Glen P., Dave, audience guest percussionists)
5.
Bei Mir Bist du Schoen (Key of C minor; Karen, GN, Rich, George)
6. Pennsylvania 6-5000 (Kari, Glen P.)
7. It's Not Unusual (GN)
8. My Buddy (waltz; trombone section feature with solos by Mike B., George, and Rich)
9. String of Pearls (Kay, GN (trumpet), Ann)
10. Skylark (Karen) [planned but also requested]
11. Waltzing Matilda (Kay, Mark L.)
12. It's Only a Paper Moon (Karen, GN)
13. Just in Time (Glen P., Ann)
14. Grand march (for anyone in costume) followed by swing dancing after the marchers have gone around a couple of times: Armed Forces Medley (arr. by Mike Bratlie)

After set two: Jerry Hahn of the CAF announced the winners of the costume contest and honored the veterans and active military personnel

Set Three (11:00-12:00):
1. They Can't Take That Away from Me (Karen)
1a. Begin the Beguine (Kay (clarinet))
2. Groovin' Easy (Ira)
3. When I Fall in Love (Karen, GN (flugelhorn); repeat back for the instrumental solo)
4. Sing, Sing, Sing (Dave; Kay, clarinet; Rich; Keith, scat vocal; GN, trumpet with plunger) [planned but also requested]
4a. Satin Doll (Ann, Dan T. (flugelhorn), Ira, Karen, GN)
4b. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

5. My Heart Belongs to Daddy
6. Liechtensteiner Polka (GN, vocal in German)
7. All of Me (Karen, GN (flugelhorn), Glen P., Rich)

8. Lester Leaps In (Glen P.)
8a. American Patrol
9. Star Dust (Dan; Karen)
10. Oh, Lady Be Good (Kari, Kay, Mike W.)
11. Opus One (Karen, GN, Glen P., Rich, Mike W.)
12. It Had to Be You (Keith, Ann)
13. Night Train

14. In the Mood (long version; Glen P., Kay, Kari, Carl)
15. Last: Show Me the Way to Go Home (Ann, Glen P., Mike W.)

Roseville Big Band performers for this dance:

Saxes: Kay Foster (alto, soprano, clarinet), Bill Frank (alto and flute), Glen Peterson (tenor), Ira Adelman (tenor), and Mark Stevens (baritone and clarinet)
Trumpets/Flugelhorns: Mark Lee, Kari Coad, Dan Theobald, and Bob Nielsen
Trombones: Mike Bratlie, George Henly, Rich Eyman, and Keith Miner (bass trombone)
Rhythm: Ann Booth (piano), Carl Berger (guitar), Mike Wobig (bass), and Dave Tuenge (drums); Glen Newton (vibraphone)
Vocal: Karen Dunn, Glen Newton, Bob Nielsen, and Keith Miner

Bill and Shannon Butler gave swing dance lessons from 7:00 to 7:50. The dance floor was bigger because the food service was outside under a large tent.

About 550 people attended the dance. This is fewer than expected, despite the presence of about 20 Hamline students who attended the dance for the first time. Rain began around 7:10 p.m. and got heavy around 7:30, right about the time people might have been leaving for the dance. The hangar dance also competed with the "first Saturday swing dance" at the Tapestry Folkdance Center, which usually attracts the competition-level swing dance crowd int he Twin Cities.

We sold two CDs.