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Arthur Fields

Real Name:Abraham Finkelstein
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American baritone singer and songwriter in the early 20th century.
Born on August 6, 1888 in Philadelphia, PA.
Died on March 29, 1953 in Largo, FL.
He recorded prolifically, especially for Grey Gull, with who he cut more than 160 tracks. He used many pseudonyms during his audio career; among the names he adopted were: Mr. "X" (2), Bert Trevor, Hugh Donovan, Jim Andrews (4) or Vel Veteran, but these pseudonyms were also used by other singers.

Sites:All Music , findagrave.com , Wikipedia , adp.library.ucsb.edu , loc.gov , Imdb , phonostalgia.com , adp.library.ucsb.edu
Aliases:Ben Butler (5), D. Bud Bernie, Dan Hilly, Donald Baker (2), Eddie Powers (2), Eugene Buckley, George French (8), Harry Burke (2), Harry Crane, Henry Ring, Herb Hobbs, James Wylie, Joe Sargent (2), John Gorman (13), Lamereau, Lee Knight (4), Lem Greene, Lester Cortes, Mopey Dick, Roy Butler
In Groups:Arthur Fields & His Orchestra, Arthur Fields And His Assassinators, Arthur Fields And His Windjammers, Buck Wilson & His Rangers, Fields And Bernard, Rex Cole Mountaineers
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