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Dan W. Quinn

Dan W. Quinn (ca. 1859–1938) was a tenor and a comedian famous for his interpretations of comic Irish songs, but he also effectively rendered ballads such as "On the Banks of the Wabash." Quinn, a prolific recording artist, performed for many of the early record companies, including Edison, Columbia, and Zonophone. His 1900 recording of "Strike Up the Band" for Eldridge R. Johnson became one of the first Victor records issued.

The following recordings featuring Dan W. Quinn are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Mister Dooley Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1902-07-10
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Mister Dooley Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1903-05-04
Vocalist - Tenor vocal I'll be your rainbow Male vocal solo, with piano Dan W. Quinn 1902-07-10
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Bill Bailey won't you please come home Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1902-05-23
Vocalist - Tenor vocal We won't go home until morning Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1902-05-23
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Rip Van Winkle was a lucky man Male vocal solo, with piano Dan W. Quinn 1904-04-04
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The sons of Ham Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1902-03-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal I never troubles trouble 'till trouble troubles me Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1902-03-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Oh! Didn't he ramble! Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1902-03-14
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Good morning Carrie Male vocal solo Dan W. Quinn 1901-07-18