Conductor, E. SUTTON
JAMES MASON (baritone)
Clydebank Burgh Band was formed in 1891, and during the forty-four years of its existence has been consistently successful in winning championships and delighting that large part of the population which likes this type of entertainment. The band has made many appearances in England, notably in competitions at Bellevue, Manchester, and the Crystal Palace, London, and in engagements at the great Wembley Exhibition and South-port.
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