*THE GLENN MILLER ORCHESTRA*
*Three days of the week, early in the morning Americans could hear Glenn Miller's music, he was very well
liked and his success showed that. The Glenn Miller Orchestra sold hundreds of thousands of records. Some popular hits inlucded
but were not limited to: "Tuxedo Junction", "I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo" and "Chattanooga Choo Choo".*
*Swing music even had its place in the war physically. Miller's worked to enlist his orchestra in the navy's
entertainment in 1942. Although denied, he turned his offer to the army and who welcomed their entertainment. They were
pleased witht eh idea of putting together a musical unit to uplift the spirts of the troops. As a result, the band performed
at multiple locations: concert halls, theaters, military bases of allied nations, such as in Great Britain.
*When Miller was on his way to Paris to perform a song due to the victory Miller's plane went down in the
English Channel, that was the end of Miller's musical carrer in December 1944. However, is musical influence and well-known
songs will live on.