Entertainment was a bit different back in the 1920s. There were no streaming movies or iPods, but there was live music. Here is an Eatonville dance band — the TNT Band — that at least performed one Monday night.
Band members here were:
• E. Hillberg on bass drum
• Charley Williams on snare drum
• Canty with tuba
• Leon Williams, slide trombone
• F. Dunkhorst, conductor
• F. Canty – french horn (alto)
• Dave Peterson, cornet
• Axel Green, cornet
• H. Hekel, instrument in case
Picture courtesy of Rich & Ruthie Williams and Pat Van Eaton.
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3 responses to “Eatonville Entertainment in 1920s — TNT Band”
Looks like “Sgt.Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”, with Billy Gibbons from “ZZ Top” standing in the middle !! HAAAA :<))
You’re totally right. I knew they reminded me of a band! 🙂
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