1 edition of Erwana Brin, bookbinder, in memoriam. found in the catalog.
Erwana Brin, bookbinder, in memoriam.
Written in English
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A well-known personality on the Manchester music scene, he ran Bookbinder’s club in Bloom Street for more than 20 years until his death. He came from a musically talented family. His father, Nat, and his brother, Alan, were band-leaders, and he was the cousin of the singer Elkie Brooks. A gifted musician, he made his debut playing the. Please enter any two digits * Example: 12; This box is for spam protection – please leave it blank.
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