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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 The organ grinder's troubles Male vocal duet, with orchestra and hand-organ Byron G. Harlan; Steve Porter 1912-12-02
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Casey Jones went down on the Robert E. Lee Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1912-12-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Oh, that moonlight glide Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1910-11-09
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Underneath the cotton moon Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1912-12-13
Vocalist - Tenor vocal I'm goin' back to Memphis, Tennessee Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1912-12-12
Vocalist - Tenor vocal I'm going back to Carolina Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1913-03-12
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Cyrus Pippin's wedding day Male vocal solo, with orchestra Byron G. Harlan 1911-01-12
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Here comes my daddy now Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1913-03-12
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Buddy boy Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1912-07-17
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Some day, Melinda Male vocal duet, with orchestra Collins and Harlan 1909-12-20