1. Pikes Peak Brass Band - Seize The Day 2. Hitchin Band - Because (Sarah Gibbons, Tenor Horn) 3. Fodens Band - Procession to the Minster 4. Oberaargauer Brass Band - Gettysburg (Reunion And Finale) 5. Fodens Band - Dundonnell from Hymn of the Highlands 6. Chicago Staff Band - Joyous Song 7. NSK-RHP Ransom Band - John Williams The Movies 8. Grimethorpe Colliery Band - MacArthur Park 9. Hitchin Band - Concerto de Arnajuez (Alice Bailey, Flugel) 10. Kirkintilloch Band - Hymn To The Fallen (Saving Private Ryan) 11. Black Dyke Mills Band - Mars, The Bringer of War 12. The International Staff Band Of The Salvation Army - Soli Deo Gloria 13. Spiritual To The 'Bone - Linus & Lucy 14. YBS Band - Ardross Castle 15. YBS Band - Dundonnell 16. International Staff Band - You Raise Me Up 17. Dalewool Auckland Brass - Pirates of the Caribbean 18. Enfield Citadel Band - A Gaelic Blessing 19. Hitchin Band - A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square (Mike Thorn, Trombone) 20. All Star Girls Of Brass - 1812 Overture Listen for Free by Pressing on this sentence. Seize the Day by Pikes Peak Brass Band (a top 1st division US band) has been #1 or #2 for a number of months. I have built into my voting program a "non-flooding" routine. I will not go into detail how it works, but it keeps too many votes for a piece to be made at one time. In other words, it keeps a band member or a band from voting on their melodies lots of times at once. Without the "non-flooding" routine, the voting would come down to who listens the most often. Not what I wanted out of the voting system. I believe Pikes Peak stays near the top for two reasons. First, Seize The Day is a wonderful melody. Second, it was a superb effort by Pikes Peak. No doubt in my mind they will soon be a Championship Division band. This month held a record number of listeners to the station. It also had a record number of votes. The Android and iOS apps allow listeners to listen anywhere and still be able to vote. I recently found out that thousands of listeners have downloaded these apps. About 45 tracks were removed this month, and 30 new ones added. I try to eliminate tracks that are not too popular and replace them with new tracks. Remember too, that Chris Helme's "Sunday Bandstand" can be heard on the station at Noon Eastern Time in the US and 5 PM GMT (London) every Sunday. Remember, if you would like to have your band played on the station with some free publicity, all you have to do is donate a CD. Details are on the Front Page. I miss chatting with a lot of you, but as many of you know, I became the American whipping boy. I got tired of that so I no longer participated.