Celebrating Birmingham's Popular Music History
Musical instrument shop located at 285/286 Broad St.
I was an accordionist teacher for George Clay in the late 60’s. When I was 11, I won a painting competition run by George Clay winning lessons and the loan of an accordion. I loved playing and my teacher then was Bob Stevens. I gained first grades each time I took an examination by a Professor. I teamed up with Dave Baldwin who was an excellent player and we wanted to perform as a duet. Unfortunately, I got married and moved to Dorset. I would love, very much, to hear from him if possible and Yvonne Billings who was also a good player. I would also like to hear from Bob Stevens. I could not go to George Clay’s funeral because my own father died at the same time. Please contact me. My phone number is 01202 733501. I am now 70. Also, Eric Entwistle was a saxophone player/teacher for George Clay. He was the Birmingham Bavarian Band leader,
Does anybody know what happened to Wendy (originally from Michigan, USA) George Clays stepdaughter?
I still have an acoustic guitar I bought at George Clays in 1968.
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