Colts Announce 2013 Program
A half century ago, life was simpler, love was sweeter, and the music of the day was evolving from big band and blues to an exciting new sound called “rock ‘n’ roll.” The Colts evoke memories of the heartland when cruisin’ the strip was king, and cookin’ up some cool beats was a little piece of heaven. At a time when Elvis couldn’t help falling in love, and Jerry Lee shouted, “Great balls of fire,” the Colts were born in a quiet corner of Iowa where simple pleasures and a determined spirit defined this place where dreams come true.
“Can’t Help Falling In Love,” by Hugo Peretti, Luigi Creatore and George David Weiss
“At Last,” by Mack Gordon and Harry Warren
“American Graffiti,” an arrangement by Aaron Guidry
“The Place Where Dreams Come True” (from Field of Dreams), by James Horner
“Chorale & Fugue In Jazz,” by Morton Gould
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