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WE ARE REHEARSING AT THE CHURCH
John & Marge @ 941-729-4069.
Annual Portrait of The Suncoast Mummers String Band
With our Helpers & Glittering, Animated, DAZZLING, Strutters.
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Ted Eastman, John Schweizer and Ray Wilson playing "12th Street Rag", Listen to that Tuba!.
John & Marge with their elucidation of the song "How Could You Believe Me?)
Some photos of The Bradenton Suncoast
Mummers String Band.
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The Suncoast band consist of over 50 members from all over the United States and Canada. These members get together in the Bradenton area of Florida from January to March to rehearse and play out at performances. The band consists of The Musical Director & MC, Marge Schweizer, banjos, accordions, tubas, saxophones, violins, clarinets, drums, a sophisticated glockenspiel, trumpets, vocalists and our animated, sparkling Strutter's. We also have an annual performance in The Renaissance building in Bradenton.
We are available for Parades, Weddings, House parties, Adult Communities, Corporate & Promotional Events, Concerts, Birthdays, and much more!
Click on our Umbrella to see "Old Bones" presented by the Suncoast String Band on "You Tube".
The Director would like any comments you may have. E-mail to John.
PLEASE HELP US SUPPORT THESE TALENTED YOUNG PEOPLE, BY MAKING A TAX DEDUCTABLE DONATION TO:SMSB SCHOLARSHIP FUND
C/OFIRST AMERICA BANK410 8TH AVE. W.PALMETTO, FL. 34221
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