Star Spangled Radio Hour - New Years Eve - 2018

Monday, December 31st

SSRH 447


December 29, 2018


NEW YEAR’S EVE WITH GLENN MILLER


EZ 1430 December 31, 2018, 7:00 pm- 10:00 pm MST


GLENN MILLER AND HIS ORCHESTRA


Saturday, December 31, 1938


10:12-10:26 pm


Paradise Cabaret and Restaurant


1619 Broadway


New York


(NBC-Red)


Nelson Case, announcer


Friday, January 6, 1939


11:30 pm - Midnight


Paradise Cabaret and Restaurant


1619 Broadway


New York


(NBC-Red)


Kelvin Keech, announcer


Friday, January 5, 1940


Midnight-12:30 am


Café Rouge


Hotel Pennsylvania


401 Seventh Avenue


New York


(NBC-Blue)


Hugh James, announcer


Friday, January 5, 1940


11:30 pm-Midnight


Café Rouge


Hotel Pennsylvania


401 Seventh Avenue


New York


(NBC-Red)


Hugh James, announcer


Sunset Serenade


Saturday, November 22, 1941


5:05 – 6:00 pm


Café Rouge


Hotel Pennsylvania


401 Seventh Avenue


New York


(NBC-Blue)


Bill Abernathy, announcer


Glenn Miller, host


SSRH 447 Playlist


(Paradise, 31Dec38) Untitled theme that became Moonlight Serenade (opening theme), King Porter Stomp, Please Come Out of Your Dream (Ray Eberle, vocal), FDR Jones (Marion Hutton and the Band, vocal), One O’ Clock Jump (to program close) (Paradise, 6Jan39) Untitled theme that became Moonlight Serenade (opening theme), Dipper Mouth Blues, Please Come Out of Your Dream (Ray Eberle, vocal), Mutiny in the Nursery (Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, Ray Eberle, Glenn Miller and the Band, vocal), My Reverie (Ray Eberle, vocal), Blue Skies, What Have You Got That Gets Me (Marion Hutton, vocal), A Room With a View (Ray Eberle, vocal), One O’Clock Jump, Untitled theme that became Moonlight Serenade) (closing theme) (Café Rouge, 5Jan40) Moonlight Serenade (opening theme) St. Louis Blues, Faithful Forever (Ray Eberle, vocal), Oh, Johnny, Oh! (Marion Hutton, vocal), Sunrise Serenade (to station break), Moonlight Serenade (theme), Slip Horn Jive, Speaking of Heaven (Ray Eberle, vocal), Ooh! What You Said (Marion Hutton, vocal), Pagan Love Song, Moonlight Serenade (closing theme) (5Jan40) Moonlight Serenade (opening theme), Johnson Rag, Faithful to You (Ray Eberle, vocal), I Just Got a Letter (Marion Hutton, vocal), In an Old Dutch Garden (Ray Eberle, vocal), I Want to be Happy, Bless You (Ray Eberle, vocal), The Little Man Who Wasn’t There (Tex Beneke and Marion Hutton, vocal), Tiger Rag, Moonlight Serenade (closing theme) (22Nov41) Moonlight Serenade (opening theme), Tuxedo Junction, Dreamsville, Ohio (Ray Eberle and the Modernaires, vocal), Chattanooga Choo Choo (Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and the Modernaires, vocal), I Know Why (And So Do You) (Marion Hutton and the Modernaires, vocal), It Happened in Sun  Valley (Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, Ray Eberle and the Modernaires, vocal), Ev’rything I Love (Ray Eberle, vocal), V For Victory Hop, Moonlight Serenade (theme to station break), Moonlight Serenade (theme from station break), In a Sentimental Mood, It’s Great to be an American (The Modernaires, vocal), I Guess I’ll Have to Dream the Rest (Ray Eberle and the Modernaires, vocal) (favorite tune of Fort Eustis, Newport News, VA), Do You Care (Ray Eberle, vocal) (favorite tune of U. S. Naval Base, Newport, RI), Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto in B Flat Minor (favorite tune of Camp Upton, Yaphank, NY), ‘Til Reveille (favorite tune of Fort Hayes, Columbus, OH), I Don’t Want to Set the World On Fire (Fort Beauregard, Harrisonburg, LA), It’s Great To Be An American (reprise), Papa Niccolini (Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton, Ray Eberle and the Modernaires, vocal), announcement of last week’s winning tune, You and  I (favorite of U. S. Marine Corps Barracks, Parris Island, SC), In the Mood, Slumber Song (closing theme)
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