The Four Aces (5)

The Four Aces (5)

Not to be confused with The Four Aces or The Four Aces (2).

The Four Aces was a vocal and guitar band that recorded more than 30 titles for Columbia and Paramount in the late 1920s and early 1930s. The group consisted of: Charlie Anderson, Al Perry, Joe Markese, and Dennis Finnegan.

On many of their recordings, only three of the four guitarists are singing.

The Four Aces (5) Discography

Singles & EPs

1931-V The Four Aces (5) When My Dreams Come True / Broadway Melody(Shellac, 10") Velvet Tone 1931-V US 1929 Sell This Version
1897-V The Four Aces (5) Blue Hawaii / Honey(Shellac, 10") Velvet Tone 1897-V US 1929 Sell This Version
2101-V The Four Aces (5) Under A Texas Moon / Mississippi Moon(Shellac, 10") Velvet Tone 2101-V 1930 Sell This Version
G20997 The Four Aces (5) Someone Sang A Sweeter Song To Mary / Dark Eyes(Shellac, 10") Regal G20997 Australia 1930 Sell This Version
F. 5198 The Four Aces (5) Diga Diga Doo / Dinah(Shellac, 10") Decca F. 5198 UK Unknown Sell This Version
2047 The Four Aces (5) I've Grown So Lonesome / High, High, High Up In The Hills(Shellac, 10") Guardsman 2047 UK Unknown Sell This Version