The programme included items from the Singers and also vocal and piano solos and duets.
Hit of the evening was the lively playing of well-known tunes by Messrs. Jack and Graham Dawson on xylophones and piano accordion.
“Uncle Rowley” of Channel 9’s D.A.W.S. Club was a most entertaining compare.
From: The Salisbury-Elizabeth Times 30 September 1960, p. 17
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