Interviews with Inga, Tina, Sylvia, and Lillian Webb, the “Fayre
Four Sisters,” concertinists on the British music hall and vaudeville circuits.
The sisters were daughters of Joseph Webb (JoJo of the Brothers Webb), and part of
the circle including George Jones, who gave them their first concertina lessons, and
of Frank Butler.
As published in The Free-Reed Journal No. 3 (2001), pp 79–88.
Recordings of historic players dating from 1975. Includes tracks by
the Fayre Four Sisters, Wilfred Pearce and Reuben Shaw, Alf Edwards, Harry Crabb,
Gregory Matusewitch, Henry Minting, and Richard Carlin.
Available for purchase from the Smithsonian Institution website
Samples of each of the tracks can be listened to free on the website.