b. Wilbur Blinco, 1898, Bournemouth, Hampshire, Britain, d. 1968, South Africa. In 1928, pianist Wilbur led a little band on the Tricity Cafe in London which season became musical movie director for Dominion Information. When Dominion folded he got an identical post using the Crystalate Business, managing their low-cost Imperial, Eclipse and Rex brands. The information had been well-made but marketed for just sixpence, mainly in Woolworths. Wilbur was hugely prolific, recording a huge selection of dance information. He used different names, like the Radio Serenaders, the Aldwych Players, the Connecticut Collegians, the Victory Dance Orchestra, the Hottentots as well as the Tempo Rascals and he was in charge of arranging a lot of the music. Furthermore to his documenting responsibilities he was also energetic on radio and from 1936 he previously a favorite series using the BBC, Melody THROUGH THE Sky, and in 1940 was the initial band leader to try out dance music on the BBC’s hitherto sacrosanct Weekend airwaves. Within the 40s, during Globe Battle II, Wilbur led the music group for the BBC’s extremely popular humor show, Hello there, Gang!, which starred the American entertainers Bebe Daniels and Ben Lyon. Spawned from the air present was the 1941 English film, Hi, Gang!, where Wilbur and his music group appear. Wilbur’s rings weren’t regular organizations but were attracted from the period’s huge pool of experienced session music artists in London. These included Ted Heath, Joe Crossman and Freddy Gardner. Among performers Wilbur accompanied had been the popular dad and child organists, Charles D. Wise and Harold Wise. Wilbur later on emigrated to Australia and to South Africa, leading rings both in these countries. Strict tempo dance music was Wilbur’s forte, plus a softly, cocktailish piano design and he steadfastly overlooked the golf swing music concepts which were throughout him, choosing rather to adhere to what he understood and what he do best.