Vernon Dalhart

VERNON DALHART born Marion Try Slaughter, was a popular American singer and songwriter of the early 20th century. He is a major influence in the field of country music. Dalhart saw an advertisement in the local newspaper for singers and applied, and was auditioned by Thomas Alva Edison, going on to make numerous records for Edison Records. From 1916 until 1923 using numerous pseudonyms, he made over 400 recordings of light classical music and early dance band vocals for various record labels. He was already an established singer when he made his first country music recordings which cemented his place in music history.

Total: 49

A Boy's Best Friend is his Mother
All Thru The Night / Can't Yo' Heah Me Callin' Car...
April Showers; Weep No More (My Mammy)
Beale Street Blues
Christ Was Once A Little Baby / Christmas (Merry M...
Death of Floyd Collins / Dream of a Miner's Child
Death's Shadow Song
Everybody Loves My Baby / De Clouds Are Gwine to R...
Golden Slippers / When The Moon Shines Down - Upon...
Guy Massey's Farewell
He Sure Can Play the Harmonica
Hear Dem Bells (Jubilee Song)
I'm Waiting for You, 'Liza Jane
In the Baggage Coach Ahead
In the Baggage Coach Ahead
In the Evening
It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'
Just a Melody
Lindbergh (The Eagle of the U.S.A.)
Little Bo-Peep / Mary Had a Little Lamb
Little Brown Jug / Old Gray Mare
Lucky Lindy; The Lost French Flyers
Mickey Donohue; It's a Man Ev'ry Time
My Blue Mountain Home
Oh! Susanna
prisoners song
Putting on the Style
Rock-a-Bye Your Baby with a Dixie Melody
Silver Bell
Stack o' Lee Blues
The Convict and the Rose
The Gipsy's Warning
The House At The End Of The Lane; My Blue Ridge Mo...
The Prisoner's Song
The Santa Barbara Earthquake
The Sidewalks of New York (East Side, West Side)
The Soldiers Chorus
The Three Little Kittens / Where Are You Going My ...
Three Drowned Sisters
Unknown Soldier's Grave
Way Down Home
Who Said I Was a Bum?
William Jennings Bryan's Last Fight
Willie, the Chimney Sweeper
Wonder if She's Lonely Too
Wreck of the Old 97
Wreck of the Shenandoah
Yankee Doodle / Hail Columbia