skiffle group


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Noun1.skiffle group - a band of musicians who play skiffle
ensemble - a group of musicians playing or singing together; "a string ensemble"
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Lonnie Donegan, right, playing with Liverpool's Coney Island Skiffle Group - he even dropped in to play with Phil and 'Lofty' Davis
Like so many who went on to much greater things, he began his career with a teenage skiffle group, then joined The Jumping Jacks before grabbing the bull by the horns and forming his own band, The Detours, in 1959.
Neil Shuttleworth, who has sung in a skiffle group and jazz band, was confirmed as the Huddersfield Giants representative.
Sir Paul McCartney says: "You wanted to be in a skiffle group and Lonnie was the megastar.
Paul McCartney also pays tribute, saying: "You wanted to be in a skiffle group and Lonnie was the megastar.
The song inspired John Lennon and George Harrison to take up the guitar and a year later Lennon's skiffle group The Quarrymen were playing at a church fete when Paul McCartney introduced himself.
3 Aged 10, he played his first gig as a member of his father's Original London Skiffle Group in Uxbridge before joining one of the most famous English rock bands in 1976.
I remember playing double bass in a skiffle group at the Town Hall, responsible for all sorts of rhythmic undertones for The Green Door and Rock Island Line.
He became the vocalist and the others were guitarists Robin Bailey (whose skiffle group had taken part in those earlier shows), Geoff Baker, Phil Packham and drummer Ronnie Cooke.
In the mid-late 1950s my brother Malcolm bought tickets for him and his then girlfriend, Ann, to see the Vipers' skiffle group at the "Palace", featured this month in the Evening Chronicle Remember When page.
In the mid-1950s Ian and his younger sister Lorna had formed the Clarion Skiffle Group, whose name was later changed to the Ian Campbell Four and then the Ian Campbell Folk Group.