Ferko String Band - There Are Two I's In Dixie / Smiles FLAC album
Members of the 2nd South Carolina String Band perform "Dixie," the Southern anthem, at the Gettysburg Civil War Battle Re-enactment.
In 1947 the Joseph A. Ferko String Band made its first recording with PALDA Record Company.
From New York to France, New Orleans to Italy, Texas to Hong Kong, and all points in between, the Ferko String Band has performed with its unique sound and elaborate costumes to people all over the world. Audiences of all ages sing and dance to the sights and sounds that are unique to the Ferko String Band Mummers of Philadelphia. Sites: ferkostringband. Variations: Tout voir The Ferko String Band. Die Ferko Band, Ferko String Band, The Swingin' Ferko String Band.
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The Joseph A. Ferko String Band or Ferko String Band is a perennial performer in Philadelphia's Mummers Parade. They gained national popularity through their hit recordings in the 1940s and 1950s. In 1914 pharmacy student Joseph A. Ferko asked the owner of Fralinger's Drugs to sponsor a string band in the Mummers parade. The request was granted, and Ferko led the "Fralinger String Band" for several years, placing third in the initial 1915 attempt and winning the event in 1920.
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|A||There Are Two I's In Dixie
Written-By – Brodsky*, Tepper*
Written-By – Callahan*, Roberts*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A): 45-SFP-118A
- Matrix / Runout (B): 45-SFP-114B
|45-1169||Ferko String Band*||There Are Two I's In Dixie / Smiles (7")||Savoy Records||45-1169||US||1955|