In the late 1930s and early 1940s Glenn Miller pretty much wrote the book on big band swing music. His iconic staples like "In the Mood" and "Moonlight Serenade" helped propel him to become one of the biggest musical sensations of his generation. Unfortunately, Miller met his demise while en route to entertain US troops in France during WWII, when his plane disappeared into the English Channel. The prolific musician's songs still live on, though, and the Glenn Miller Orchestra (sans the group's eponymous band leader) still carries on and recreates the memorable big band tunes that were so popular during the glory days of yesteryear.
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