Eagles Club at 24th and Wisconsin Avenue in Milwaukee back in the 1940's and 1950's, the birthplace of the Golden Eagle Band.
Prior to 1972, Floyd Cash directed the band. In 1972, Bill Polley became the director after Floyd Cash had had the misfortune of suffering a stroke. Bill Polley began rehearsing the band at the Oasis Senior Center located at 2414 W. Mitchell Street which is its present day meeting location for rehearsals.
The band changed it's name to the Golden Agers in the 1980's and then to the Golden Eagle Band as it is known today. Bill Polley passed the baton to the present conductor, Karen Dubis, in 1999.
If you would like to have the Golden Eagle Band perform at your venue, please contact Director Dubis via this website or call (414) 405-8288. Concerts are performed on Wednesday evenings October through May at 7:00 p.m.
Our concerts are an activity of the Fifty Five Plus Senior Program sponsored by Milwaukee Public Schools, Division of Municipal Recreation and Community Education. We extend an invitation to you to consider joining the band which meets every Wednesday from 7:00 p.m. to 8:45 p.m. at the O.A.S.I.S. Senior Center at 2414 W. Mitchell Street. Our volunteer band accepts no monies for its performances.