Chilton City Band begins their concert season on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m. at Hobart Park by the fairgrounds in Chilton.

The band will perform a wide variety of music under their director Michelle Kochan. The pieces will include the rock and roll hits of “Livin’ on a Prayer”; “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown”; and “I’ll Be There.” Oldies but goodies include such classics as “New York New York”; “Alexander’s Ragtime Band”; “Mister Sandman”; “Soul Bossa Nova”; “Rhumba Numbah”; “Joyful, Joyful”; “Malaguena”; and “Let There Be Peace On Earth.” From the movie and television screens will be hummable tunes like “I’d Like to Teach The World To Sing”; “Hogan’s Heroes”; “The Odd Couple”; “Music From Grease (Grease Theme, We Go Together, and Greased Lightnin’”); “Hawaii Five-O”; “The Best of Glee (Don’t Stop Believin’, Lean On Me, Sweet Caroline, My Life Would Suck Without You)”; and “Edelweiss.”

Other selections include “Espani Cani”; “Syncopated Clock”; “Classical Gas”; “Magnolia”; and “Big Noise From Winnetka.” The last song of the concert will be “God Bless America.”

Next week will feature the guest band Copper Box.

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