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Dan W. Quinn

Daniel William Quinn (November 1860 – November 7, 1938) was one of the first American singers to become popular in the new medium of recorded music. Quinn was a very successful recording artist whose career spanned from 1892 to 1918. Quinn recorded many of his hits in the legendary Tin Pan Alley of New York City.

Birth and Death Data: Born 1859 (San Francisco), Died November 7, 1938 (New York City)

Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1895 - 1918

Roles Represented in DAHR: tenor vocal

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Recordings (Results 51-75 of 425 records)

Company Matrix No. Size First Recording Date Title Primary Performer Description Role Audio
Berliner 1780 7-in. Before Apr. 1899 The sporty Widow Brown Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1781 7-in. Before Sept. 1897 Father Knickerbocker Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1782 7-in. Before Nov. 1898 Below, below Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1815 7-in. 3/23/1898 I want my Lulu Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1817 7-in. 3/26/1898 Yer baby’s a comin' to town Artists vary Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1818 7-in. Before Nov. 1898 Roxiana Dooley Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1819 7-in. 3/23/1898 I wish my rent was paid Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1820 7-in. 3/23/1898 The high school girls Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1821 7-in. 3/23/1898 The swellest thing in town Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1822 7-in. 3/23/1898 The Irish cake walk Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1824 7-in. Aug. 1898 Honey, you’se ma lady love Artists vary Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1825 7-in. Before Nov. 1898 That will hold you for a while Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1826 7-in. 3/26/1898 Father won’t you speak to Sister Mary Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1828 7-in. Before Nov. 1898 Fairy tales Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1935 7-in. Before Nov. 1898 The way to kiss a girl Artists vary Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 1959 7-in. Before Apr. 1899 How’d you like to be the iceman Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 030 7-in. 4/4/1899 Little old New York Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 032 7-in. 4/4/1899 Miss Helen Hunt Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 034 7-in. 4/9/1899 I've got him dead Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 035 7-in. 4/3/1899 Darktown is out tonight Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 036 7-in. 4/4/1899 You'll get all that's coming to you Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 0151 7-in. 5/19/1899 What did Dewey do? Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 0153 7-in. 5/19/1899 My rainbow bride Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 0154 7-in. 5/19/1899 On Sunday night it was Barney McHugh Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
Berliner 0155 7-in. 5/19/1899 The piccaninnies Dan W. Quinn Male vocal solo vocalist, tenor vocal  
(Results 51-75 of 425 records)

Citation

Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Quinn, Dan W.," accessed April 22, 2024, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/111271.

Quinn, Dan W.. (2024). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved April 22, 2024, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/111271.

"Quinn, Dan W.." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2024. Web. 22 April 2024.

DAHR Persistent Identifier

URI: https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/111271

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