b. August 1920, d. 26 Apr 2004. Don Glasser shaped his 1st dance music group orchestra in Derry, Pa, USA, in 1938. Previously he previously performed alongside Jerry Gray, Ray Pearl and Artwork Kassel. With vocalists including Lois Costello (Glasser’s wife) and Roger Lopez, the music group quickly relocated to Chicago, which offered as a foundation for his or her touring actions in the Midwest. Their longest engagement was among 26 weeks in the Vogue Resort in Chicago, where period Glasser’s ‘Music Simple As Cup’ got become a massive local hit. Additional recordings, released on Stephanie and Cha Cha Information, included ‘Hey, Pretty Hip and legs’, ‘I Noticed Both Ends OF THE Rainbow’ as well as the orchestra’s theme tune, ‘You Contact It Madness, I Contact It Like’. Engagements in the Roseland (NY) and Willowbrook (Chicago) pass on their reputation, with a method of sugary big music group music often in comparison to Jan Garber. Glasser continued to be active regardless of the big music group drop and toured the one-nighter Midwest circuit in to the past due 70s. From 1997 Glasser experienced some strokes but during his incapacity his wife overran the leadership from the music group and continued to take action after his loss of life in 2004.