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Byron G. Harlan

Byron G. Harlan (1861–1936) was a versatile tenor who specialized in sentimental ballads. He also performed as a comedian and frequently recorded in the character of a "rube" in sketches with Frank C. Stanley. Harlan is best known as the higher-pitched half of the duo Collins and Harlan, with baritone Arthur Collins. He began recording for Victor Records in 1901.

The following recordings featuring Byron G. Harlan are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Dixie Male vocal duet, with orchestra Frank C. Stanley; Byron G. Harlan 1907-01-23
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Marching through Georgia Male vocal duet, with orchestra Frank C. Stanley; Byron G. Harlan 1904-10-10
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Marching through Georgia Male vocal duet, with orchestra Frank C. Stanley; Byron G. Harlan 1907-01-23
Vocalist - Tenor vocal The battle cry of freedom Male vocal duet, with orchestra Frank C. Stanley; Byron G. Harlan 1907-01-23
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Hello Central, give me heaven Male vocal solo, with orchestra Byron G. Harlan 1913-07-24
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Down where the sweet potatoes grow Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1904-11-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Louisa Schmidt Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1904-11-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Mamma's boy Male vocal solo, with orchestra Byron G. Harlan 1904-11-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Why don't they play with me? Male vocal solo, with orchestra Byron G. Harlan 1904-11-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Doodle-oodle dee (means, won't you marry me) Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1915-01-15