Roseville Big Band with the Rosetones
Commemorative Air Force Spring Big Band Hangar Dance, May 19, 2012
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.

Fleming Field was one of several Twin Cities areas hit by severe weather Saturday evening. Before the hangar doors were partially closed, hail blew as far into the hangar as the vocalists' platform.

Set One (8:30-9:15): We planned to start at 8:00 but started late because of a power outage in S. St. Paul. A generator provided power for the first few songs, until the power returned.

1. Dance to the Big Band Swing (Rosetones, Glen P., Dave)
2. C Jam Blues (Dan T; start at bar 9); first performance by the Roseville Big Band
3. Fly Me to the Moon, featuring guest vocalist Jon Lanctin

4. Tuxedo Junction B (Dan T.)
5. You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To (alto, trpt)
6. Come Fly with Me (high key version; Kirk, Glen P.)
7.
Honeysuckle Rose
8. Willow Weep for Me (Keith (vocal), George (trombone))
9. Glory of Love (Rosetones, Kay)
10. I Thought About You (Kay; Mark S.); first performance by the Roseville Big Band

11. Grand march (for anyone in costume): Armed Forces Medley.
While the band took a break, Jerry Hahn announced the winners of the costume contest and honored all veterans and active military personnel.

Captain America led the grand march, and the parents of vocalist Kirk Lindberg joined in.
Roseville Big Band lead trombonist Mike Bratlie was among the Vietnam veterans at the dance.
Four of the World War II veterans at the dance smiled for the camera.

Set Two (9:35-10:30): After the ceremony, the Minnesota State Fire Service Memorial Pipe Band marched in to the 2/4 marches Jenny's Bawbee and Teribus, performed these selections with the Roseville Big Band and marched out playing the 6/8 march Major Bobby:
BP1. 79th Farewell to Gibralter
BP2. Going Home Medley: Going Home, My Home, and Skye Boat
BP3. Crags of Tumbledown Mountain
BP4. Amazing Grace (form: solo bagpipe, all pipes, pipes and band), dedicated to fallen soldiers and victims of 9/11

1. Rhythm & Swing Feature: Rock Around the Clock (Bob, Bill P.)
The run-up of the engines of Miss Mitchell, the B-25 bomber, started after the Rhythm & Swing Feature.
2. At Last (Rosetones); for Etta James; we began the song as pilot prepared for the engine run-up, then restarted the song after the engines were shut off.
3. Ac-cent-tchuate the Positive (Karen, GN (trumpet))
4. Satin Doll (Ann, Dan T. (flugelhorn), Dan D., Rosetones)
4. Moon River (Kay and Bill F., alto sax duet; Rosetones)
5. Angel Eyes (Keith)
5. Don't Get Around Much Anymore (Keith)
6. Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (Rosetones)
7. Beer Barrel Polka (Keith and Rosetones, vocals)
7. I've Got You Under My Skin (Karen)
8. I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles (Dan T., Keith (bass trb) in bars 65-70)
9. Beer Barrel Polka (Keith and Rosetones, vocals)
10. In the Mood (Tyzik arr., Doc Severinson version; Glen P., Kay, Dan T., Mark S., GN, Dave)

Between sets 2 and 3, Rhythm & Swing performed to a medley of pre-recorded music.

Set Three (10:45-12:05)
1. Lady is a Tramp (Rosetones; Keith scat)
2. On the Sunny Side of the Street (Rosetones)
13. It Had to Be You (Kirk, Ann)
14. Moonlight Serenade (Kay, clarinet)

3. Somebody Loves Me (Rosetones, Glen P.)
4. Woodchopper's Ball (GN, trumpet with plunger; Bob, George, Carl, Mike B., Mark S., Rich, Keith (bass trombone), Bill F., Dan T., Dan D., Mike W.)

5. Little Brown Jug (Book II; Glen P., Dan T.)
6.
Two By Two (Glen P., George, GN, Rich, Keith); first performance by the Roseville Big Band
7. Moon River (Kay and Bill F., alto sax duet; Rosetones); waltz request

8. Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (Karen, Diane, Kirk, trumpets)
9. Moonlight in Vermont (Keith vocal; Glen P. (at 36) and GN (at 48) solos; audience guest percussionists)
10. It Don't Mean a Thing if it Ain't Got That Swing (Rosetones, Mark L.)
11. Just in Time (Karen, Bill F.; Wolpe arr., female vocal)
12. Sing, Sing, Sing (Dave; Kay, clarinet; Rich; Keith, scat vocal; GN, trumpet with plunger)
13. La Bamba (Bill F.)

14. I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo (Rosetones)
9. All of Me (Karen, GN, Glen P., Rich)
10. Makin' Whoopie (Bill P., bari sax)
11. When You Wish Upon a Star (Karen)
12. Georgia on My Mind (Rosetones, Glen P.)
13. Opus One (Rosetones, Glen P., Rich, Mike W.)

15. What a Wonderful World (Rosetones)
16. 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), Dan Desmonds (tenor), and Bill Pearson (baritone and clarinet)
Trumpets/Flugelhorns: Mark Lee, Mark Syman, 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: The Rosetones (Karen Dunn, Diane Lindberg, Kirk Lindberg, Glen Newton) and Keith Miner

The Minnesota State Fire Service Memorial Pipe Band performers for this performance:
  Pipers: Lynn Ista (Pipe Major and soloist), David MacKinnon (Pipe Sergeant), and Paul Anderson
  Snare Drummers: Mark Getty and Marguerite Krause
  Bass Drummer: Richard Cady


Rhythm & Swing exhibition dancers for this dance: Brittany Jacks, Jessica Stone, Nicole Piechowski, Sadie Miller, Stephanie King, Charlie Lambert, Damien Dykes, and Ted Hefty

Cindy Gardner and Charlie Lambert from TC Swing gave free swing dance lessons from 7:00 to 7:30, when the power went out.

This was the first time we've had a power outage due to weather, although there were a few past dances in the 1990's at which the band's power went out briefly due to overloading an electrical circuit.

About 900 people attended the dance.

We sold six CDs - one to a dancer and five to the CAF for their store.