Frisco Six Orchestra, 1922, Photograph
This clever group has been with the Fanchon and Marco Satires in season of 1920 and then played as entertainers in motion picture houses under the management of E. E. Johnson. They are at present engaged at the Addison Hotel of Detroit where they are making themselves prime favorites.
During the season 1921 they visited the Conn Factories and equipped themselves with a set of gold instruments DeLux which they consider the greatest move toward success they have ever made. Mr. J. O. Sheehan Is Director of the organization.
"We are certainly proud to say we are using Conn instruments excusively. The Artist Finish Instruments are giving us the utmost satisfaction. The Trumpet is wonderful and has the real tone; the Saxophone is a work of art and perfection itself; the Trombone a marvel for tone and range— all of the instruments being so easy to play. Best wishes. Very truly yours, Signed, J. O. SHEEHAN, Saxophone. CHAS. E. MACK, Trumpet. V. S. SIDES, Trombone.
1. C. C. Conn Ltd. Musical Truth, Vol. XI, No. 30, Elkhart, Ind., May, 1922, page 22.
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