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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 It was the Dutch Male vocal duet, with piano Collins and Harlan 1903-09-11
Vocalist - Tenor vocal That's how I love you, Mame Male vocal solo, with piano Byron G. Harlan 1903-11-10
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Down on the Brandywine Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1904-04-12
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Down on the Brandywine Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1907-01-15
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Cheer up, cherries will soon be ripe Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Byron G. Harlan 1908-08-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Alabam' Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1908-10-29
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Tittle, tattle, tattle tale Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Byron G. Harlan 1909-03-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal I want someone to play with Male vocal solo, with orchestra Byron G. Harlan 1909-08-25
Vocalist - Tenor vocal When the midnight choo-choo leaves for Alabam' Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1912-11-05
Vocalist - Tenor vocal At the levee on revival day Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1912-11-05