Marion Harris

MARION HARRIS was an American popular singer, most successful in the 1920s. She was the first widely known white singer to sing jazz and blues songs.

Born Mary Ellen Harrison, probably in Indiana, she first played vaudeville and movie theaters in Chicago around 1914. Dancer Vernon Castle introduced her to the theater community in New York, where she debuted in a 1915 Irving Berlin revue, Stop! Look! Listen!

In 1916, she began recording for Victor Records, singing a variety of songs, such as "Everybody's Crazy 'bout the Doggone Blues, But I'm Happy", "After You've Gone", "A Good Man Is Hard to Find" later recorded by Bessie Smith.





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After You've Gone
Bring Back Those Wonderful Days
I Ain't Got Nobody
I Ain't Got Nobody
I Don't Want You to Cry Over Me
I'm Looking For a Bluebird (To Chase My Blues Away...
I'm Nobody's Baby ; I Wonder Where My Sweet
It Had to Be You
It Had to Be You
Left All Alone Again Blues
Lovey Came Back
Mississippi Choo Choo
Oh Judge (He Treats Me Mean)
Somebody Loves Me
Someone Else Walked Right In
Sweet Indiana Home
Tea for Two
The "St Louis Blues"; Homesickness Blues
They Go Wild, Simply Wild, Over Me
Two Time Dan
Who's Sorry Now