Glenn Miller

Real Name:Alton Glenn Miller

American swing trombonist, arranger, composer, and bandleader. Born 1 March 1904 in Clarinda, Iowa. Started orchestra in 1938. Best-selling recording artist from 1939 to 1943, leading best known and beloved swing band. Worked as sideman early in career. Wrote and/or arranged popular swing songs. Disbanded orchestra in 1942 to leave for Army. Too old to be drafted, created a band. Transferred to Army Air Force and raised morale for hundreds of thousands of troops before disappearing on christmas 1944 on a flight from England to France. Internationally mourned as a war hero. Last seen on December 15, 1944.

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In Groups:Ben Pollack And His Californians, Ben's Bad Boys, Capt Glenn Miller And The Army Air Forces Training Command Orchestra, Earl Baker And His Friends, Frankie Trumbauer And His Orchestra, Glenn Miller And His Orchestra, Glenn Miller And The Army Air Force Band, Glenn Miller's Uptown Hall Gang, Ray Noble And His Orchestra, The American Band Of The AEF, The Charleston Chasers, The Dorsey Brothers, The Dorsey Brothers And Their New Dynamiks, The Dorsey Brothers Orchestra, The Glenn Miller Service Orchestra, The Mound City Blue Blowers
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