They ought to drop the song, and give more variation.
The Carbrey Brothers, when dancing, are in style an evolution of the old-time cloggers. They use the close formation almost entirely, in buck and wing work, having any number of good and new steps. They dance well at the opening, after singing poorly, and for an encore, nearly repeat the first dance.
In a good program position, considerable applause was received, and unquestionably they were liked, but the boys should do solo dancing at the close, finishing with fast team work. A dancing floor is carried.
Variety 8:1 (08/03/1907)