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My father passed away last Tuesday and following conversations with family it appears that he may have played trumpet for a Sheffield band that went by the name of Birthday Cake?

Not sure at what time this would be have been. he was 60 so was more than likely late sixties/early seventies.

Would look forward to hear from anyone with any information about them...

Thanks,

Lee

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On 13/01/2014 at 20:10, Blacky said:

My father passed away last Tuesday and following conversations with family it appears that he may have played trumpet for a Sheffield band that went by the name of Birthday Cake?

 

Not sure at what time this would be have been. he was 60 so was more than likely late sixties/early seventies.

 

Would look forward to hear from anyone with any information about them...

 

Thanks,

Lee

 

 

My cousin, Pete Acaster who sadly died in 2017 was a/the drummer in BC. 
His grave headstone in Intake Cemetery in that district of the City is unusually artistic..and very appropriate ...worth a visit for any fans of the Band ...or just for any  musical enthusiasts.
Here’s what maybe a rare, if not unique, photo of the band...hope someone  is able to recognise others on it. (Pete is  the chunky, straw- haired lad on the right hand side of the picture..as viewed).

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