Myers Brothers and the Jubilaires 1976December 7, 2009
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Band: The Myers Brothers and the Jubilaires
Home: Chatham Ontario
Ray Trahan – Drums
Patricia-Gail Lozon – Vocals
Ray Myers – Vocals and Rhythm Guitar
Ernie Marchand – Pedal Steel
Roland Myers – Bass and vocals
Roland Lozon – Lead Guitar, Fiddle
In 1975 and 1976 at the Clinton Fair, The Myers Bros. and The Jubilaires backed up Jamey Ryan, Jan Howard and also Canadian stars, Al Cherny and Maurice Bolyer. (Canada’s king of the banjo) They also appeared at Canadian Centennials in Wallaceburg, Palmerston and Ridgetown. Along with Hank Snow, they opened a new arena at Thamesford, Ontario.
In June of 1976, the group did the Marty Robbins Tour. This included the Leamington Arena, Owen Sound Arena, Brantford Civic Centre, London Gardens, Guthrie, and Pt. Edward Memorial Arena. Other high lights included backing up Don Gibson at the Windsor Arena.
In 1977, The Myers Brothers and The Jubilaires played the Marty Robbins Show and Dance for the second year in a row. The night also included singer Diane Jordon. The dates were as follows:
Sept. 7th – Chatham Memorial Arena
Sept. 8th – North Middlesex Arena, Parkhill
Sept. 9th – Tillsonburg Memorial Arena