Yellow and red make green, don't they? A follow-up to the newspaper piece cited on the previous page says:

In the early 1930s, it was called the Seville. There was a balcony in the back area where a few musicians played. Their pay was their evening meal. (Being the Depression years, this was something.) This group was the nucleus that formed the Bennett Greten Band that toured a large area in the Big Band era.

More at the link. The Bennett-Greten Band was known as "That Swingin' Band," don't you know.