May 11, 2013

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Artist: Three Penny Opera (1)



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Donny Nabess (rhythm guitar, vocals)
Charles Nabess (guitar, fiddle)

Originally playing music together in The Pas, Manitoba starting in 1962, the brothers Nabess relocated to Winnipeg and formed Midnight Angels. The were signed to Apex Records and released one single in 1967 before hitting the road. Following the end of their Apex deal in 1968 members Donny and Charles Nabess renamed the band Three Penny Opera.

The group lasted until 1992 in various incarnations.

with notes from Tracey Nabess and Charles Nabess.




Singles


Albums
198- Three Penny Opera (World) WRC1-2103

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