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Edward M. Favor

Edward M. Favor (1856–1936) was an American stage comedian who worked on Broadway during the early 1890s, later performing in vaudeville with his wife, Edith Sinclair. Favor recorded for the Edison, Columbia, Berliner, and Victor record companies, specializing in comic songs projected in his Irish-American piping tenor.

The following recordings featuring Edward M. Favor are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Fol the rol lol Male vocal solo, with orchestra Edward M. Favor 1906-03-16
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Pocahontas Male vocal solo, with orchestra Edward M. Favor 1906-03-16
Vocalist - Tenor vocal La-ti-dly i-dly um Male vocal solo, with orchestra Edward M. Favor 1906-03-16
Vocalist - Tenor vocal La-ti-dly i-dly um Male vocal solo, with orchestra Edward M. Favor 1906-03-16
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The Dublin rag Male vocal solo and male vocal quartet, with orchestra American Quartet; Edward M. Favor 1910-09-12
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Ma honey Lou Male vocal solo Edward M. Favor 1900-10-31
Vocalist - Tenor vocal He's going there every night Male vocal solo Edward M. Favor 1901-04-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal He calls me his own Grace Darling Male vocal solo, with piano Edward M. Favor 1901-04-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal She lisped when she said yes Male vocal solo Edward M. Favor 1901-04-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal You're welcome to-night at the ball Male vocal solo, with piano Edward M. Favor 1901-04-25