Jack Grimsley oral history: The Early Days of TV

Title:
Jack Grimsley oral history: The Early Days of TV
Category:
NFSA ID:
374436
Year:
1998
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In this excerpt from an oral history interview with Jack Grimsley, he discusses his move to Sydney and working with Bob Gibson on several radio shows.

After television arrived, he sang in a group at the opening of Channel 7, wrote jingles for commercials, and played trombone and arranged music for the television variety shows Revue ’61 and Revue ’62.

Ken Brentnall interviewed Jack Grimsley for the NFSA Oral History program in 1998.

Interviewer:
Ken Brentnall