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2LO London

Independence Day.

A PROGRAMME FOR
AMERICAN LISTENERS TO " 2LO."
HARRIET BENNETT (Soprano) and AILEEN STANLEY
(The Gramophone Girl), in more American " Radio Successes."
THE SOUTHERN TRIO, in Negro Melodies. EVELYN DOVE ,
JOHN PAYNE , and C. C. ROSEMOND.
(Directed by F. LATTIMORE. )
FRANK TULLY in "American Impressions."
THE " 2LO " MILITARY BAND :
Conducted by DAN GODFREY , Junr., will play all or some of the following items :
2LO London

Variety.

THE SOUTHERN TRIO
(EVELYN DOVE-JOHN PAYNE-C.C.
ROSEMOND) in NEGRO MELODIES.
Directed by F. LATTIMORE.
TONI FARRELL (Syncopated Pianist) in some of her latest compositions.
MABEL CONSTANDUROS (Entertainer) in Original Impressions.
RONALD GOURLEY
(Entertainer and Siffleur) in Appropriate Humour at the Piano.
2LO London

" Way Down South."

THE SOUTHERN TRIO :
EVELYN DOVE; JOHN PAYNE ;
C. C. ROSEMOND.
In
Negro Melodies.
Directed by F. LATTIMORE.
SCOVELL and WHELDON in Negro Spirituals and Syncopated Songs.
KEKUKU
(In Hawaiian Steel Guitar Solos).
Accompanied on the Banjulele Banjo by DANGLADA.
2LO London

THE SOUTHERN TRIO

in " Negro Melodies." EVELYN DOVE.
JOHN PAYNE.
C. C. ROSEMOND. Under the direction of F. LATTIMORE.






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