The Procter & Gamble Big Band
The P&G Big Band is a 20-member ensemble made up entirely of Procter & Gamble employees and retirees. We play for company functions and community concerts in the greater Cincinnati area.
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About the Band
The Procter & Gamble Big Band has been in existence since 1987. It was originally named "Mr. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band", in honor of then-President, John Pepper. The band was formed to provide music for the Company's Broadway-caliber show "From Sycamore to Broadway". This show was written, produced, directed and performed at the Company's P&G Dividend Day event in 1987 by a cast of all P&G Employees, for the one-time celebration of the Procter & Gamble Companys 150th anniversary. The P&G Big Band stayed together after that event, and has performed every year since its inception. All members are volunteer P&G employees and retirees.
The P&G Big Band plays private events as well as from 4 - 9 public performances every year, including appearances in the Blue Ash Summer Concert Series, the West Chester Concert Series at Keehner Park, Washington Park, and Paramount Kings Island P&G Dividend Day.