The US Air Force Army Heritage Band's "Satellight Jazz
Ensemble" brings traditional and modern jazz to the Seminary Chapel for a
7:30pm concert on Tuesday, June 15, 2010. Enjoy jazz, funk and blues from this
versatile 12-piece ensemble and vocalist led by Master Sergeant Allen Wittig.
The program Tuesday night will be a surprise, but they love works of masters
such as Oscar Peterson, Miles Davis, Chick Corea, The Yellowjackets, Charlie
Parker, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Count Basie and Glenn Miller.
Satellight saxophone players are Master Sergeant Allen
Wittig, Technical Sergeant Jeffrey R. Saunders and Staff Sergeant Chris
Stelling. Airman 1st Class Jonathan Virtue and Senior Airman James Lantz are on
trumpet. Master Sergeant John Cisar and Staff Sergeant Dandrick Glenn are on
trombone. Staff Sergeant Reid Stockdill is on percussion. Senior Airman Joe
Gacioch plays the guitar. Staff Sergeant Samuel Kennedy is on bass. Airman 1st
Class Les Fowler is on piano and keyboard. The vocalist is Staff Sergeant
Natalie Madison. The group's audio engineer is Staff Sergeant Kelcey McDonald.
The Satellight Jazz Ensemble is one of the touring
groups which comprise the US Air Force Heritage of America Band. Established in
1941, the Band was one of the original Army Air Corps bands. It now has 45
members. Langley Air Force Base in Virginia is its current home.
This concert is free and open to the public as part of
the Music, Gettysburg! performance series. For more information visit the
Music, Gettysburg! website or the Us Air Force Heritage Band of America