Al Jolson

By J Poet

Al Jolson came on the scene at the perfect time. Records were becoming a medium of mass entertainment and “talking pictures” were growing increasingly common and popular. Jolson took advantage of both to become America’s first superstar; an all-round entertainer who could sing, dance, do comedy, and act. Though now mostly remembered for his electrifying turn in The Jazz Singer (1927) (the first feature-length “talkie”), in his prime he was the highest paid entertainer in history. Although there were no formal music charts during his heyday, he would have had at... Read More

City Of Origin:
Seredzius, Lithuania
Genre:
Easy Listening, Pop Vocal, Traditional Pop, Minstrel
Birthdate:
05/26/1886
Death date:
10/23/1950
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Carolina In The Morning

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Swanee

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Give My Regards To Broadway

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Is It True What They Say About Dixie

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You Made Me Love You

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California Here I Come

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Sonny Boy

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