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jmac Posted 24th Mar 2020, 11:27am
  only hear of one accordian band it was tony verrichasband it was in all the halls in the 1960s
rjhowie Posted 22nd Mar 2020, 02:41am
  By the way Johnny if you still see this. One of the leading members of the old Milton Stat (once walked with my District Is an active member and Deacon in Glasgow Evangelical Church where I have occasionally conducted a service over the years.

ps Was a brilliant and smart band.
johnnyhendrickson Posted 25th Jun 2016, 08:19pm
  Hi Foxy52 I wonder could you help me I would like to know if there is any Milton Star members still about and I would like to get in touch with them if possible and any photos of the Milton Star or Possil Vicky or the King William 111 well I will go now speak to you later
your band friend
Johnny Hendrickson.
*johnnyhendrickson* Posted 11th Jan 2015, 03:38pm
  Does anyone remember the Possilpark True Blues flute band they started off in 1952 I would be very grateful for any photos of this band or any photos of the Milton Star accordion band thank you your friend jonnyhendrickson.
johnnyhendrickson Posted 15th Dec 2014, 12:31pm
  Hi Foxy was it you or Archie McKinnon that said they would send me some photos of the Milton Star and Billy Lynch at an Orange Dance in either Sunnylaw Street or Millarbank Street if you have any photos of the Milton Star or King William 111 Accordion Bands I would be very g
rateful if you would send them to me hoping you are keeping all right your friend johnnyhendrickson.
ps. This is an old photo of me on the beach in Spain not a good photo.
bilbo.s Posted 12th Sep 2014, 08:43am
 
QUOTE (taurus @ 12th Sep 2014, 05:21am) *
I`m sorry I started to read this post entitled accordian bands,I thought it would be about Jimmy Shand and the likes,...I was wrong.


You have my sympathy, Taurus. sad.gif
taurus Posted 12th Sep 2014, 03:04am
  I`m sorry I started to read this post entitled accordian bands,I thought it would be about Jimmy Shand and the likes,...I was wrong.
johnnyhendrickson Posted 11th Sep 2014, 01:25pm
  I think you are right Foxy I think his name was Gavin McLeod I think he did play for the Saracen flute band as well don't know if he is still living or not if you have any old band photos of the Milton Star or the King William 111 Accordion Band or the Possil Vickey I would be very grateful if you would send them to me I will sign off now your friend johnny hendricksonl.
johnnyhendrickson Posted 11th Sep 2014, 01:13pm
  Hi Archie sometimes things like this happened although they weren't supposed to I remember when I was in the Milton Star and we were walking along Partick and we met Prince Charles Accordion Band and they fell in with us and the two Bands ended up marching along the road together I remember the Drum Major of the Prince Charles threw up his Mace and it caught on the telegraph wires our Drum Major Alex Cowan threw up his Mace and it hit the wire and the other Mace fell down. Alex was a great Drum Major and a good friend he was also in the {Noey} the Brigton No Surrender flute band well Archie I will sign off now speak to you soon your friend johnnyhendrickson.I thought I would send you one of your coats of arms and the other photo is of the Milton Star in Belfast in the 70s or the 80s I don't know who the Bass Drummer is but I think the Accordion player is Charlie Robinson
Guvin Billy Posted 2nd Feb 2014, 01:01am
  As a child in Glasgow I well remember the sense of fear and the hostility engendered by the "Loyal an' royal marching bands" with their stewards marching alongside, menacing those who dared not to share their 'Christianity'. I lie, as on the occasions when I was bailed up around the twelfth of July and asked if I was a Catholic or otherwise.
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