Several publicity photos of the Conley - Silverman Band were taken. This one, which can also be seen on the "Songs Of Larry Conley" Home Page, appeared in Jacobs' Orchestra Monthly in November of 1925. Another similar photo appeared in the Newsletter of the St. Louis Musician's Association in the 1950's, long after the band had been dissolved.
Personnel in Photograph
In Front Kneeling: Dave Silverman. At The Piano: Larry Conley (Closest To Camera), Al Eldridge. Standing, Back Row, Left To Right: Ping Spalding, Jess Walton, John Bambridge, Ben Feld, Ed Storman, Larry Skinnell, Joe Stovall, Charles Schmat, Rich Schwenker, Harold Ripplinger, George Cloud.
PHOTO PUBLISHED IN
ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH
NOVEMBER 13, 1925
The Conley - Silverman Band played for a Charleston Contest in St. Louis in 1925.
This partial view of a photo taken on the steps of the St. Louis City Hall during the contest shows Dave Silverman, with light colored hat and glasses, holding a baton. Larry Conley is just behind Silverman, holding his trombone.
PUBLISHED IN ST. LOUIS POST DISPATCH
OCTOBER 17, 1925
The Conley - Silverman Band played at several Theatres in St. Louis during 1925.
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