Johnny Noble

Real Name:
John Avery Noble
American composer, arranger and musician.
(September 17, 1892, Honolulu, Hawaii – January 13, 1944, Honolulu)
Composer and arranger of hundreds of songs, several of which have become Hawaiian standards, such as "My Little Grass Shack", "King Kamehameha" and "Hula Blues".
Johnny Noble was also responsible for popularizing Prince Leleiohoku's song "Hawaiian War Chant".
In 1935, he became the first Hawaiian composer inducted into ASCAP.
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BL 58005 Favorite Songs And Hulas Of The Islands — Johnny Noble Johnny Noble Favorite Songs And Hulas Of The Islands(10", Album, Mono) Brunswick BL 58005 US Unknown Sell This Version