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Homer A. Rodeheaver

Homer Rodeheaver (1880–1955) was a trombone-playing, baritone-voiced evangelist who served as music director for the preacher Billy Sunday. Rodeheaver was known for his charismatic nature and sense of humor. He introduced jaunty, rhythmic songs into his programs and often led choirs with his trombone playing. He began recording in 1913, making many sides for Victor. He was also a music publisher and the owner of a gospel record company, Rainbow.

The following recordings featuring Homer A. Rodeheaver are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Baritone vocal If your heart keeps right Male vocal solo, with orchestra Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-10
Vocalist - Baritone vocal The unclouded day Baritone vocal solo, with orchestra Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-10
Vocalist - Baritone vocal An evening prayer Male vocal solo, with orchestra Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-10
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Jesus, blessed Jesus Male vocal solo, with organ Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-11
Vocalist - Baritone vocal How sweet is his love Male vocal solo, with organ Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-11
Vocalist - Baritone vocal The old-fashioned faith Male vocal solo, with organ Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-11
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Jesus remembered you Male vocal solo, with organ Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-11
Vocalist - Baritone vocal De brewer's big hosses Male vocal solo and male chorus, with orchestra Homer A. Rodeheaver 1913-09-12
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Old rugged cross Female-male vocal duet, with orchestra Mrs. William Asher; Homer A. Rodeheaver 1920-07-07
Vocalist - Baritone vocal Forgive me, Lord Male vocal solo, with orchestra Homer A. Rodeheaver 1920-07-07