Monthly Archive: August 2013

Aug 31

Rocky Top – Sweet Georgia Sound lead by Greg Glover

As many of you know Greg Glover is not only a former UT drum major he is also the current voice of “The University of Tennessee Priiiiiiide of the Southland Marching Band”. In honor of the beginning of college football season and the UT opener today here is Sweet Georgia Sound performing Rocky Top under the direction of Greg at the Hamilton County Courthouse Centennial 6/29/2013.

Aug 28

Sing, Sing, Sing – Sweet Georgia Sound

From the June 29, 2013 Hamilton County Courthouse Centennial Celebration. Sweet Georgia Sound performs our closer for the night, Sing Sing Sing. Great drum and percussion work by David and Marleah Payne.

Aug 25

Fever – Melanie Willetts

Melanie has a little Fever. From the June 29, 2013 Centennial Celebration at the Hamilton County Courthouse Melanie Willetts sings Fever. Amanda Rose Cagle on bass. Thanks to Jim Good for this video.

Aug 24

Summer time – Melanie Willletts

From the Hamilton County Courthouse Centennial on June 29, 2013 Melanie performs Summertime. Ray Park on alto saxophone and Stephen Bearden on trumpet. Thanks to Jim Good for yet another video.

Aug 24

Come Fly With Me – Greg Glover

In this video from The Hamilton County Courthouse Centennial Celebration on June 29,2013 Greg Glover takes us down to llama land where a one-man band will toot his flute for you.

Aug 24

Orange Colored Sky – Katherine Pody

Dedicated to yesterday mornings beautiful sky. Katherine Johnson Pody and Sweet Georgia Sound perform Orange Colored Sky at the Centennial Celebration for the Hamilton County Courthouse, June 29, 2013. Audience video by Jim Good.

Aug 23

Other Sweet Georgia Sound Groups

We have other groups for special occasions that use many of the musicians in Sweet Georgia Sound.  Our primary groups are listed below.  We also have a smaller combo group that plays American Standards and swing, but is able to fit in more intimate venues. For more details about these groups, contact us.   Our …

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