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Felix Mendelssohn (not to be confused with the German composer) had one of Britain’s most popular bands in the 1930s and 1940s.
In the late 1930s he became enamored with Hawaiian music and transformed the band into a Hawaiian-style group, complete with Hawaiian costumes and dancers, often using genuine Hawaiian performers alongside British musicians. They were heard regularly on the radio, seen on early TV work, and made a long and…
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