Diane Brostrom

  Diane Brostrom solos with the Roseville Big Band. "Mean to me, why must you be mean to me?"

Diane was featured with the Roseville Big Band at "Putting on the Ritz", March 10, 2001, soloing on "When I Fall in Love", "I'll Never Smile Again", "All of Me", "Someone to Watch Over Me", and "Mean to Me". She joined Glen Newton on "Leichtensteiner Polka" and "Dream" and joined Glen and Keith Miner on "Jump, Jive, and Wail". Diane was also part of the evening's biggest vocal group, joining Glen, Keith, Sara Boos, and Tim McMillin on "Beer Barrel Polka".

Diane sings with the Chamberlain Big Band, along with Nostalgics lead singer Pam Parker. Diane and Pam can also be heard performing classical duets in various Twin Cities churches.

In March, 2001, Diane and Nostalgics tenor Reeves Cary performed for the Midway Chamber of Commerce's "Gangster Gala".

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Friday, February 07, 2020.

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