August 12, 1886-March 12, 1968
Joe Schenck 1891-1930
After Schenck's death in 1930 of heart disease, Van continued to perform as a solo artist on stage, screen, and radio. He appeared in many New York-produced Soundies in 1941. Schenck was buried in The Cemetery of the Evergreens in Brooklyn.
Gus Van Discography Tracks
Singles & EPs
|A2525||Farber Sisters / Gus Van||Farber Sisters / Gus Van - How'd You Like To Be My Daddy? / I'm In Love (Shellac, 10")||Columbia||A2525||US||1918||Sell This Version|
|A2629||Gus Van||Beans, Beans, Beans & I'm Too Tired To Make Love (Shellac, 10")||Columbia Graphophone Company||A2629||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|
|100||Mary Small / Gus Van||Mary Small / Gus Van - Refugee's Lullaby / The Jews Have Got Their Irish Up (Shellac, 10")||Song Bird (6)||100||US||Unknown||Sell This Version|