Troise And His Banjoliers 1933

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  • Hi.
    My father (Charles R Brewer) was with Troise and His Banjoliers/ Mandoliers during 1932~1940, he is pictured in the middle of the back row playing the Bass Mamdo. I can remember seeing him with Troise playing at Lyons tea House London.
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    reg brewer 20th Apr 2014

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