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Jan 1, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Keep An Eye On Your Heart - vocal by Marion Hutton

Jan 7, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Sarong
Two Seconds Silence
Bugle Woogie - vocal by Marion Hutton
Two Seconds Silence
High On A Windy Hill - vocal by Ray Eberle
Two Seconds Silence
Oh So Good - chant by the Band

Jan 8, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Largo (Goin' Home)
Two Seconds Silence
Long Time No See, Baby - vocal by Marion Hutton
Two Seconds Silence
You Walk By - vocal by Ray Eberle

Jan 9, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Georgia On My Mind

Dorothy Claire replaces Marion Hutton.

Jan 11, 1941 - 12:05-12:30 AM - Cafe Rouge, New York City, NY
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Intro
Daisy Mae
You Walk By - vocal by Ray Eberle
Swingin' At The Seance - vocal by Dorothy Claire
Frenesi
Anvil Chorus
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

The Modernaires join the band.

Jan 14, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
A Stone's Throw From Heaven - vocal by Ray Eberle

Jan 15, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Naughty Sweetie Blues - vocal by Dorothy Claire

Jan 23, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
So You're The One - vocal by The Modernaires

Jan 28, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Georgia On My Mind
Two Seconds Silence
Cheer Up - vocal by Dorothy Claire and The Modernaires
Two Seconds Silence
Measrure For Measure

Jan 30, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
There'll Be Some Changes Made - vocal by Dorothy Claire
Two Seconds Silence
I Hear A Rhapsody - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires

Feb 5, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Sentimental Me - vocal by Dorothy Claire

Feb 13, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Bugle Woogie - vocal by Dorothy Claire

Feb 18, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Naughty Sweetie Blues - vocal by Dorothy Claire

Mar 4, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Shubert Theater, Cincinnati, OH
La Cucaracha - vocal by Dorothy Claire and The Modernaires

Mar 24 to May 3, 1941 - "Sun Valley Serenade" Sound Track - 20th Century Fox Studios, Hollywood, CA
I Know Why - vocal by Lorraine Elliot, John Payne and The Modernaires
In The Mood
It Happened In Sun Valley - vocal by Six Hits And A Miss and the Band
Chattanooga Choo Choo - vocal by Tex Beneke, Paula Kelly, The Modernaires, Dorothy Dandridge and The Nicholas Brothers
At Last - vocal by Lorraine Elliot and John Payne (Not Used In Film)
Sun Valley Jump (Not Used In Film)
Measure For Measure (Not Used In Film)
The Spirit Is Willing (Not Used In Film)

Mar 25, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Solid As A Stonewall, Jackson

Mar 27, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Intro
Whatcha Know Joe - vocal by Tex Beneke and the Band
Two Seconds Silence
It Was Wonderful Then - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires

Paula Kelly replaces Dorothy Claire.

Apr 2, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Harlem Chapel Bells

Apr 8, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Spring Will Be So Sad - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires

Apr 9, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Blue Afterglow

Apr 10, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Gabby Goose

Apr 17, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Rockin' Chair - vocal by Tex Beneke
Two Seconds Silence
Swingin' At The Seance - vocal by Paula Kelly
It Was Wonderful Then - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernires

Apr 23, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
A Love Song Hasn't Been Sung - vocal by Ray Eberle

Apr 30, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Just A Little Bit South Of North Carolina - vocal by Paula Kelly

May 6, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Song Of The Volga Boatmen
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

May 7, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Walking By The River - vocal by Ray Eberle

May 8, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Inrto
I Take To You - vocal by Paula Kelly and The Modernaires
A Love Song Hasn't Been Sung - vocal by Ray Eberle
Two Seconds Silence
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

May 22, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Amapola - vocal by Paula Kelly and The Modernaires

May 27, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
High On A Windy Hill - vocal by Ray Eberle

May 28, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Hollywood, CA
Sing And Be Gay - vocal by Paula Kelly
Two Seconds Silence
Measure For Measure

Jun 3, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Pacific Square Ballroom, San Diego, CA
Theme and Program Intro
Perfidia - vocal by Paula Kelly and The Modernaires

Jun 11, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Chicago, IL
Dancing In A Dream With You - vocal by Ray Eberle
Two Seconds Silence
Whatcha Know Joe - vocal by Tex Beneke and the Band
Two Seconds Silence
Are You Rusty, Gate

Jun 18, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Chicago, IL
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

Jun 25, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Chicago, IL
Are You Rusty, Gate

Jun 26, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Chicago, IL
Dancing In A Dream - vocal by Ray Eberle

Jul 1, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Municipal Auditorium, Kansas City, MO
A Love Song Hasn't Been Sung - vocal by Ray Eberle
Two Seconds Silence
Just A Little Bit South Of North Carolina - vocal by Paula Kelly
Two Seconds Silence
Here We Go Again

Jul 9, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - St. Louis, MO
Intermezzo

Jul 15, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Eastwood Gardens, Detroit, MI
Do I Worry - vocal by Ray Eberle

Jul 16, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Eastwood Gardens, Detroit, MI
Twenty-Four Robbers - vocal by Tex Beneke and The Modernaires

Jul 17, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Eastwood Gardens, Detroit, MI
The Booglie Wooglie Piggy - vocal by Tex Beneke and The Modernaires

Jul 31, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
The Spirit Is Willing

Aug 13, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Georgia On My Mind
Two Seconds Silence
Delilah - vocal by Tex Beneke and The Modernaires

Marion Hutton replaces Paula Kelly.

Aug 27, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - Washington, DC
Blue Champagne - vocal by Ray Eberle

Aug 30, 1941 - 5:00-6:00 PM - 1st Sunset Serenade Show - Steel Pier, Atlantic City, NJ
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Intro
Here We Go Again
The Cowboy Serenade - vocal by Ray Eberle
The Booglie Wooglie Piggy - vocal by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires
Georgia On My Mind
Theme (Slumber Song) and 1st Quarter Close
2nd Quarter Missing
Theme (Slumber Song) and 3rd Quarter Intro
It's Great To Be An American - vocal by The Modernaires and Talk by Glenn Miller
'Til Reveille - vocal by Ray Eberle
Daddy - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires
The Things I Love - vocal by Ray Eberle
Intermezzo
Theme (Slumber Song) and 3rd Quarter Close
4th Quarter Missing

Sep 3, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Daddy - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires
Two Seconds Silence
Oh So Good

Oct 16, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Vilia

Oct 23, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Jack And Jill - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires

Nov 3, 1941 - 11:30-12:00 Midnight - Cafe Rouge, New York City, NY
Theme and Program Intro
Dear Arabella - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Moderniares
'Til Reveille - vocal by Ray Eberle
Chattanooga Choo Choo - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires
Song Of The Volga Boatmen
Talk by Glenn Miller and Allan Prescott
Keep 'Em Flying
The One I Love - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
Talk by General Irving Philipson
In the Mood
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

Nov 6, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Take The "A" Train

Nov 8, 1941 - 5:00-6:00 PM - Sunset Serenade Show - Cafe Rouge, New York City, NY
Theme and Program Intro
Song Of The Volga Boatmen
The Man In The Moon - vocal by Ray Eberle
Jingle Bells - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke, Ernie Caceres and The Modernaires
Dreamsville, Ohio - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
V Hop
Pin Ball Paul - vocal by Tex Beneke and The Modernaires with Marion Hutton
This Time The Dream's On Me - vocal by Ray Eberle
A String Of Pearls
Theme and 1st Half Close
Two Seconds Silence
Theme and 2nd Half Intro
Star Dust
It's Great To Be An American - vocal by The Modernaires and Talk by Glenn Miller
You And I - vocal by Ray Eberle
Tschaikowsky's Piano Concerto
I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire - vocal by Ray Eberle
It's Great To Be An American - vocal by The Modernaires and Talk by Glenn Miller
Papa Niccolini - vocal by Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires with Marion Hutton
I'm Thrilled - vocal by Ray Eberle
Anvil Chorus into Program Close

Nov 22, 1941 - 5:00-6:00 PM - Sunset Serenade Show - Cafe Rouge, New York City, NY
Theme and Program Intro
Tuxedo Junction
Dreamsville, Ohio - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
Chattanooga Choo Choo - vocal by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires
I Know Why - vocal by Marion Hutton and The Modernaires
It Happened In Sun Valley - vocal by Everybody
Ev'rything I Love - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
V Hop
Theme and 1st Half Close
Two Seconds Silence
Theme and 2nd Half Intro
In A Sentimental Mood
Two Seconds Silence
Service Camp Award
I Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
Do You Care - vocal by Ray Eberle
Tschaikowsky's Piano Concerto
'Til Reveille - vocal by Ray Eberle
I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire - vocal by Ray Eberle
Talk by Glenn Miller
Papa Niccolini - vocal by Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires with Marion Hutton
Talk by Glenn Miller
In The Mood
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

Nov 22, 1941 - 10:15-10:45 PM - Coke's Spotlight Band - New York City, NY
Elmer's Tume - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires

Nov 25, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Bugle Call Rag

Nov 26, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
The Nickel Serenade - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke, The Modernaires and the Band

Nov 29, 1941 - 5:00-6:00 PM - Sunset Serenade Show - Cafe Rouge, New York City, NY
Theme and Program Intro
Flagwaver
This Is No Laughing Matter - vocal by Ray Eberle
I'm Not Much On Looks - vocal by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires
Dreamsville, Ohio - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
The Nickel Serenade - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires
Theme and 1st Half Close
Two Seconds Silence
Georgia On My Mind
Two Seconds Silence
Tschaikowsky's Piano Concerto
Two Seconds Silence
Elmer's Tune - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
Two Seconds Silence
USO Talk
Chattanooga Choo Choo - vocal by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires
Talk by Glenn Miller
Papa Niccolini - vocal by Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires
Radio-Phono Giveaway
Keep 'Em Flying
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

Dec 11, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Introduction To A Waltz

Dec 17, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Measure For Measure

Dec 18, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Blues In The Night - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires

Dec 24, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Theme and Program Intro
Jingle Bells - vocal by Tex Beneke, Ernie Caceres and The Modernaires
Two Seconds Silence
Nobody Ever Wants Me - vocal by Trigger Alpert and The Modernaires
Two Seconds Silence
Sun Valley Jump
Theme (Slumber Song and Moonlight Serenade) and Program Close

Dec 25, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Flagwaver

Dec 27, 1941 - 5:00-6:00 PM - Sunset Serenade Show - Cafe Rouge, New York City, NY
Theme and Program Intro
Two Seconds Silence
Here We Go Again
The White Cliffs Of Dover - vocal by Ray Eberle (Interrupted by Station Identification)
Jingle Bells - vocal by Tex Beneke, Ernie Caceres and The Modernaires
Introduction To A Waltz
This Is No Laughing Matter - vocal by Ray Eberle
Motion Picture Daily Award
Oh So Good intro 1st Half Close
Two Seconds Silence
Theme and 2nd Half Intro
Tuxedo Junction
It's Great To Be An American - vocal by The Modernaires and Talk by Glenn Miller
Chattanooga Choo Choo - vocal by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires
Papa Niccolini - vocal by Ray Eberle, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires
This Time The Dream's On me - vocal by Ray Eberle
Dear Arabella - vocal by Marion Hutton, Tex Beneke and The Modernaires
Elmer's Tune - vocal by Ray Eberle and The Modernaires
Radio-Phono Award
Keep 'Em Flying
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

Dec 30, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
Chattanooga Choo Choo - vocal by Tex Beneke, Marion Hutton and The Modernaires

Dec 31, 1941 - 10:00-10:15 PM - Chesterfield Show - New York City, NY
In The Mood
Theme (Slumber Song) and Program Close

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