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In 1979, the Black Dyke Mills Band worked again with McCartney on a track for the Wings album Back to the Egg.
Dr Newsome died in October last year aged 81 he was bandmaster of Black Dyke Mills Band from 1966-1970 and Resident Conductor from 1972-1977.
Support comes from BECKS & THE BULLETS featuring ex-members of Groove Armada, Black Dyke Mills Band and Mark Ronson's favourite sax player.
100 Brass Band Classics - Includes the Grimethorpe Colliery Band, the Black Dyke Mills Band, the Cory Band plus many more.
In October 1993, Black Dyke Mills Band became the first British brass band to play at Carnegie Hall, New York, and in 1997 it became the band in residence at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
The Black Dyke Mills Band, of Queensbury, West Yorkshire, were invited to play in front of a billion TV viewers at the Hollywood bash later this month.
The Black Dyke Mills Band, from Queensbury, West Yorks, got an invite to the ceremony in Los Angeles later this month.
Edmund Priestley was the conductor and Billy Lang, solo trumpeter with the Black Dyke Mills Band, was pictured demonstrating a Bach horn.