This all-female saxophone quartet was managed by Eva Darling. Like the Schuster Sisters, they played and endorsed C.G. Conn Ltd. horns. A 1920 advertisement for Conn showed them with Arthur Pryor and described them as, "A quartet of talented and charming young ladies who appear in high class Vaudeville and concert with four of the latest Conn Ltd. Saxophones of which they are justly proud." Also performed as the Four Harmony Maids.
|The Darling Saxophone Four c. 1919|
Photo by F.J. Lee of Tacoma, WA
Comprised of Adrienne, Genevieve, Imogene and Chloris "Honeybird" Schuster, these sisters were endorsing C.G. Conn saxophones as early as 1915.
First jazz band led by a woman pre-1920s.