11 Mins. The opening is a sort of lullaby medley made up of snatches of such standard numbers as “Mighty Lak a Rose.” The base has a solo and the four come together again for the continuation of quickly changing numbers. They don’t sing too much of any one selection but shift around frequently. The harmony is sweet without any of those extreme effects characterized as “barber shop.” An Irish number with bagpipe imitation effects made a closer that bull’s-eyed the east side clientele and brought them back for an encore. Headlined the show in the billing and on the stage. Good class musical turn for the best shows.
Variety, LVIII:2, June 3 1921.