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Phil Ogilvie's Ryhythm Kings

Phil Ogilvie's Rhythm Kings

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From the October, 2012 issue

The "roaring" twenties and thirties of the last century were a golden age of popular dance and dance bands. The new record industry was working overtime, but canned music did not permeate all public spaces as it does today, and all dance venues featured actual live musicians. It is estimated that almost a thousand such ensembles worked in ballrooms, restaurants,

 
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