Joe Keyser Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
Joe Keyser, formerly of the Earl Fuller Orchestra of New York, is touring the middle states with an excellent dance aggregation bearing his name and is making a hit.
The organization comprises Leo Lambertz, trumpet; Bob Chandet, violin; Harry Sales, piano; Dick Johnson, saxophone, and Joe Keyser, drums. Conn instruments prevail and are giving the boys much satisfaction.
Want to say the Conn instruments used in my orchestra are great. Your new drum, all metal, is a winner and I want to congratulate you on same. The boys certainly enjoy the Conn instruments." JOE KEYSER.
1. C. C. Conn Ltd. Musical Truth, Vol. XI, No. 30, Elkhart, Ind., May, 1922, page 17.
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