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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:

Results: 11-13 of 13
  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal It was just on the tip of my tongue Male vocal solo, with piano Edward M. Favor 1900-10-31
Vocalist - Tenor vocal McGinty at the living pictures Male vocal solo, with piano Edward M. Favor 1902-04-09
Vocalist - Tenor vocal It suddenly dawned upon me Male vocal solo Edward M. Favor 1901-04-25