At the RMA Reunion in Lympstone the RMA Big Band, most ably directed by Dave Clackett, performed two gigs to large audiences. In many ways these were their first ‘proper’ public performances by the Big Band, and it was especially good that RMA members were there in force to cast their eyes and ears over them. On the Saturday evening they played two sets to a nearly full house in the Falklands Hall with their four vocalists – the girls appropriately and glamourously be-gowned in Corps colours. Then on the Sunday morning, after the drumhead service on the parade ground, the Big Band again ran through their brilliant selection of big band music inside the drill shed, the Glenn Miller repertoire especially, while RMA members enjoyed their pints in a gigantic 350th anniversary reunion. A memorable and most enjoyable weekend.
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