Esquires Band - Rhythm & Blues Band from the 60s, The Esquires, Charleston WV
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  • Some Things Never Change

    An LP album for the Esquire Fan that loves the rich sound of vinyl. After the band reunited in 1984 the Esquires recorded this first album in March of 1986. Titled "Some Things Never Change" it contains music and songs we all love. The album also includes an eight (8) page insert depicting over 100 pictures in a collage of the Esquires back in the sixties, the eighties, plus many photos of the crowd during our reunion dances at the Charleston Civic Center.
    Price $14.99

  • The Esquires Live

    This is the 2nd album recorded by the Esquires. It was produced live at the Charleston Civic Center on New Year's Eve December 31st, 1999. That was the memorable evening we crossed over to the new millennium. The crowd brought in the new century with a bang. This album captures the band and crowd energy during that magical evening. Performers
    Price $14.99

  • The X-quires Reunion Dance

    This is the 3rd album recorded by the Esquires. It was produced live at the Bene Kedum Shrine Hall in December 2012. It was the return of many of the original Esquires and past stand in's for this event. Regrettably, we had to turn folks away at the door because of overcrowding. it still turned out to be one of the Esquires finest hours. Some of the performers traveled as far as California to be at the event. Below is a list of everyone that performed that evening.
    Price $14.99

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"We had the Esquires as entertainment for a national convention in early December of 2011. Simply put; "They brought down the house". T. Booking was easy, too. If your group/function wants some early 'Motown' you better sign the Esquires up in a hurry."

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