Title: Buffalo Bill's Wild West Cowboy Band

Periodical: Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Date: February 29, 1892

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BUFFALO BILL'S WILD WEST COWBOY BAND.

This band, which delighted the large audiences attending Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in the East-end Exhibition, visits Greenock to-night to give a concert, in the Town Hall, the programme for which will be composed of the best selections of American music. The Arlberger Tyrolean Singers, who took a prominent part in one of the "episodes" at Glasgow, are announced to render some of their native glees and part-songs, which should prove a great attraction. Indians, of the Sioux tribe—who gave the United States authorities so much trouble at Pine Ridge Agency —will go trough some of their war dances and the ghost dance which attracted so much attention during the recent rebellion.

Title: Buffalo Bill's Wild West Cowboy Band

Periodical: Greenock Telegraph and Clyde Shipping Gazette

Date: February 29, 1892

Keywords: Band music Concerts Cowboys--Songs and music Dennistoun (Glasgow, Scotland) Ghost dance Greenock (Scotland) Indian dance--North America Popular music--American influences Singers Sioux Nation Songs Traveling exhibitions United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Pine Ridge Agency

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