Plaque

Frank Bates

Erection date: 19/5/2013

Inscription

Frank Bates, 1889 - 1921, vocalist and lead singer with pioneering jazz ensemble the Southern Syncopated Orchestra, resided here, 1918 - 1919.
Nubian Jak Community Trust
Southwark Council

Site: Frank Bates (1 memorial)

SE15, Hichisson Road, 19

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Frank Bates

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Southern Syncopated Orchestra

Jazz band. Founded by Will Marion Cook, the all-black band included performer...

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Frank Bates

Lead vocalist with the Southern Syncopated Orchestra. Born in Barbados, he jo...

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Southwark Council

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