Song Library

This is the collection of audio and video from Sweet Georgia Sound performances, organized by song title.  Since we may have performed many of the song multiple times, we may have several entries.  Since they are all from live performances, each will have their own sound.

This lists only songs which Sweet Georgia Sound has recorded in audio or video.  It is not the complete list of music which Sweet Georgia Sound performs.  Please contact band leader Mike LaRoche for the current list of music available for performance.

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Sweet Georgia Sound Big Band

From the Hamilton County Courthouse Centennial Celebration 6/29/2013 Sweet Georgia Sound performs “Rock Around The Clock”. Trombone solo by Dana Daughtrey Fulmer, alto saxophone by Ray Park.

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.

Sweet Georgia Sound Big Band

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.

Sweet Georgia Sound Big Band

Michael Fulmer doing a nice arrangement of Stardust at the Hamilton County Courthouse Centennial Celebration on June 29,2013. Video by Jim Good

Melanie Willetts at the Hamilton County Courthouse 100 year Celebration

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.

From Big Band Day at the Chattanooga Market June 2013, Melanie Wilhetts sings ‘Teach Me Tonight’. Video by our friend Jim Good.