Ada Jones

ADA JONES was a popular singer who made her first recordings in 1893 on Edison cylinders. She is among the earliest female singers to be recorded. She sang in a contralto, learning songs by ear, and lacked the ability to read music or play an instrument. Her repertoire included ballads, ragtime, vaudeville, and comedy in a variety of dialects.

During 1893–1894, she recorded for Edison Records on wax cylinders, making her among the earliest female singers to be recorded. She sang with Billy Murray, Billy Watkins, Cal Stewart, Len Spencer, the American Quartet, and with her 12-year-old daughter Sheilah.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Alexander's Ragtime Band
Always Me
Cohen On His Honeymoon
Come Over Here, It's a Wonderful Place
Cross My Heart and Hope to Die
Evening Time at Pumpkin Center
Fritz and Louisa
Hands Up
I'm a Woman of Importance
If You Ever Get Lonely
Jewface
Pedro the Hand-organ Man
Put On Your Slippers and Fill Up Your Pipe (You're...
Red Wing Medley
She Used to be the Slowest Girl in Town
Silver Bell
Sweet Peggy Magee
That's Why I Never Married
The Artist's Model (It's All Right in the Summer T...
The Funny Bunny Hug
The Golden Wedding
The Original Cohens
Uncle Josh and Aunt Nancy Put Up the Kitchen Stove
Uncle Josh and the Fire Department
Uncle Josh at the Dentist's
Way Down on Tampa Bay
We've Kept the Golden Rule
When Grandma Was a Girl