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Glenn Miller


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Glenn Miller
   released the single   
That Old Black Magic
1943; 1 week as Billboard's #1
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
(I've Got a Gal In) Kalamazoo
1942; 7 weeks as Billboard's #1
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
Chattanooga Choo Choo
1941; 9 weeks as Billboard's #1
Glenn Miller
   was born in   
Clarinda, U.S.A.
Iowa. Big band leader
Glenn Miller
   released the album   
The Chesterfield Broadcasts
Chattanooga Choo Choo
   was released by   
Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
1941 - inducted in 1996
In the Mood
   was released by   
Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
1939 - inducted in 1983
Moonlight Serenade
   was released by   
Glenn Miller and His Orchestra
1939 - inducted in 1991
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
Blueberry Hill
1940; #1 on the Billboard chart
Wagner: Bridal Chorus
   was used in   
The Glenn Miller Story
Glenn Miller
   is buried in   
Grove Street Cemetery, CT, USA
Bandleader, d. 1944
Glenn Miller
   is buried in   
Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA, USA
Bandleader
Glenn Miller
   was a   
Musician
American bandleader (1904-1944)
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
A String of Pearls
1942; 2 weeks as Billboard's #1
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree
1942; lasting popularity
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
Elmer's Tune
1941; 1 week as Billboard's #1
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
In the Mood
1940; peaked at #2 on the Billboard chart
Glenn Miller
   released the single   
Moonlight Cocktail
1942; 10 weeks as Billboard's #1
Glenn Miller
   released the record   
Moon Love
1939; #1 on the Billboard chart
Glenn Miller
   released the record   
Over the Rainbow
1939; #1 on the Billboard chart; cover of Judy Garland's iconic version in "Wizard of Oz"
Glenn Miller, Steve Fossett, Amelia Earhart, Martin Bormann
   are all   
People Who Disappeared and Were Assumed Dead
…the first three missing in airplane disappearances, and Martin Bormann was a Nazi whose death was unconfirmed.






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