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NEVILLE DUNN AND HIS ORCHESTRA

Neville_Dunn_Orchestra

BIOGRAPHICAL DETAILS

Description: Big Band, Australia

Known For: Adelaide, S.A.

Music Styles: Easy Listening, jazz, Swing

Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

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BIOGRAPHICAL PROFILE

Neville Dunn’s Orchestra

The Neville Dunn Orchestra was formed in November 1962 for a series of broadcasts by the Australian Broadcasting Commission. The success of this series stamped the orchestra as a front rank group in it’s field. The band was heavily involved with the Adelaide Festival of Arts and featured prominent Adelaide musicians.
The Orchestra was a success in the series of broadcasts and gave the band recognition as a top ranking band.

The Neville Dunn Orchestra was one of the last of the big bands with a seventeen piece orchestra that included many great musicians that included.
The band was heavilly involved with the Adelaide Festival of Arts.
Their music consisted of most prominant bands such as Billy May,
Nelson Riddle, Stan Kenton and many others.

NEVILLE DUNN

Above: Neville Dunn at the piano.

Neville Dunn – Conductor

• Malcolm Upton – Saxophone
• Bill Greeneklee – Saxophone
• Max Thomas – Saxohpone
• George Wilson – Saxophone
• John Kelley – Saxophone
• Jack Pope – Trumpet
• Roger Swanson – Trumpet
• Ross Smith – Trumpet
• Harold Settle – Trumpet
• John Pettigrew – Trombone
• Bill Farnham – Trombone
• Archie Bowen – Trombone
Ron Kelley – Trombone
• Barry Messner – Piano
• Dick Korfe – Bass
• Garry Haines – Drums
• Kevin Bradfield – Vocals
• Terry Gordon – Vocals
• Gaynor Bunning – Vocals