In the 20's Warner's Seven Aces were the most famous band of Atlanta and, as a result, made the most records. Led by pianist Byron H. Warner they were not only a jazz outfit but a society band as well, playing regularly at spots like the Atlanta Howard Theater and the Piedmont Golf Club. The band consisted originally of seven men but it gradually grew until in the late 20's the group was billed as 'Warner's Seven Aces, All Eleven Of Them!'. From as early as 1922 the Aces began to broadcast over WGM and later over WSB, both Atlanta radio stations. The Aces remained the number one band in Atlanta for many years and in 1927 also fulfilled engagements in Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas. In 1928 and '29 the band toured and broadcasted extensively all over the U.S.. After they returned from a trip to Europe in 1930 the Wall Street crash had also hit the entertainment industry and the Aces disbanded. This excellent side was waxed in 1927. Vocal by the Peobody Trio, although we are hearing only one vocalist.