|Dougie Wright – appeared as an Endorser in the 1964/65 catalogue. Dougie was drummer with the John Barry Seven and then worked in variety theatres, radio and television broadcasts, film and recording session work plus an appearance before the Queen on the Royal Variety Performance backing Adam Faith in 1960.
Whilst an endorsee in 1965, Dougie was a freelance London session drummer and played in the orchestra on long running TV pop show "Ready Steady Go", a position he filled for two years.
|Bobby Worth – Drummer with The National Youth Jazz Orchestra in 1966; Bobby had a wide range of experience, working in West End shows to performing and recording with top American and British jazz artists, and appeared as an Endorser in the 1967/68 catalogue.|
|Bob Turner – Mentioned in the 1964 catalogue was drummer with the Northern Dance Orchestra.|
Ken Layland – Manchester jazz drummer and was mentioned by name in the 1967/68 catalogue.
|Freddy Adamson – Jazz drummer Oscar Rabin band amongst others and was mentioned by name in the 1967/68 catalogue.|
|Jackie Dougan - was a British jazz drummer, and appeared as an endorser in the 1963/64,1964/65 and 1967/68 catalogues.
A member of Tommy Whittle's and Eddie Thompson's bands in the 1950s, he joined the Dick Morrissey Quartet in the early 1960s. He went on to join the Ronnie Scott Quartet.
Following his stint with Scott, he joined the Tony Coe Quintet and later recorded with StanTracey, Sonny Stitt, Ben Webster, Al Cohn and Zoot Sims.
|Leonard "Lennie" Hastings (born 25 January, 1925 in Carshalton - died 14 July, 1978 in London) was an English jazz drummer, and appeared as an Endorser in the 1964/65 and 1967/68 catalogues.
Hastings played with Freddy Randall (1950-54) and Alex Welsh (1954-57). Following these engagements Hastings played in local combos and led an ensemble in Düsseldorf, then played with Nat Gonella briefly before rejoining Welsh. He was Welsh's drummer for well over a decade, during which time he also recorded with Earl Hines, Rex Stewart, Eddie Davis, Ben Webster, and Bill Coleman.
In 1972 he left Welsh's group due to failing health, but would record later in the decade with Brian Lemon, Stan Greig, Dave Shepherd, and Fred Hunt. He played at the Pizza Express, a London club, in his later years, and toured with Wild Bill Davison and Ruby Braff. He led his own quartet shortly before his death.
|Lionel Rubin – an English jazz drummer appeared as an Endorser in the 1963/64 catalogue. Mostly know as the drummer with the Jerry Allen Trio on the UK TV show “Lunch Box”.|
|Louis de Lussanet ( In the catalogues this endorser’s name appears to have been spelled wrongly as - Lu Ssanet) – Drummer with The Dutch Swing College Band "DSCB", a dixieland revival band and appeared as an endorsee in the 1963/64 and 1964/65 catalogues.
Highly successful in their native home of The Netherlands, the band quickly found an international following. The band continues to tour extensively, mainly in Europe & Scandinavia.
|Mike Palmer –appeared as an Endorser in the 1967/68 catalogue. Mike was the drummer with The Mike Rabin Band.|
|Ron McKay - Acker Bilks drummer, appeared as an endorsee in the 1963/4, 1964/65, 1967/68 catalogues. A Liverpudlian, Ron had his own skiffle group on Merseyside before joining the Paramount Jazzband.|
|Mike Waldron – no info, but appeared as an Endorser in the 1964/65.|
|Ken Layland – Manchester jazz drummer and was mentioned by name in the 1967/68 catalogue.|