Everett Marshall (December 31, 1901 – April 3, 1965) was an American singer and actor who performed at the Metropolitan Opera, in Broadway revues, and in early musical films.
Marshall sang with the Metropolitan Opera from 1927 to 1930. He moved into lighter musical productions, appearing in George White's Scandals in 1931 and the Ziegfeld Follies in 1934. Three of the songs that he debuted in these shows became standards that were later recorded by many artists: "The Thrill is Gone" (with Rudy Vallée, September 14, 1931), "Wagon Wheels" (January 4, 1934), and "What is There to Say?" (with Jane Froman, January 4, 1934).
He acted and sang in several films, including 1930's Dixiana as leading man Carl Van Horn, and 1935's I Live for Love as Roger Kerry. Throughout the 1940s he performed with touring companies of vintage operettas such as Blossom Time and The Student Prince, sometimes paired with Ann Pennington.
Birth and Death Data: Born December 31, 1901, Died April 3, 1965
Date Range of DAHR Recordings: 1930 - 1935
Roles Represented in DAHR: baritone vocal
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|Company||Matrix No.||Size||First Recording Date||Title||Primary Performer||Description||Role||Audio|
|Victor||PBVE-54828||10-in.||5/23/1930||My guiding star||Everett Marshall||Male vocal solo, with orchestra||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Victor||PBVE-54829||10-in.||5/23/1930||Carl's entrance||Everett Marshall||Male vocal solo, with orchestra||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Victor||BVE-62707||10-in.||6/10/1930||My shining silver star||Everett Marshall||Male vocal solo, with orchestra||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Victor||BVE-62708||10-in.||6/10/1930||Goodbye old pals||Everett Marshall||Male vocal solo, with orchestra||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Victor||BVE-62709||10-in.||6/10/1930||Mr. and Mrs. Sippi||Everett Marshall||Male vocal solo, with instrumental ensemble||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Victor||BS-95372||10-in.||10/10/1935||Mine alone||Everett Marshall ; Nathaniel Shilkret||Male vocal solo, with orchestra||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Victor||BS-95373||10-in.||10/10/1935||Silver wings||Everett Marshall ; Nathaniel Shilkret||Male vocal solo, with orchestra||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Victor||BVE-Test-450||10-in.||2/17/1930||Water boy||Everett Marshall||Male vocal solo, with piano||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Brunswick||E37322||10-in.||10/27/1931||That’s why darkies were born||Everett Marshall ; Victor Young||Male vocal solo, with jazz/dance band||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Brunswick||E37388||10-in.||11/2/1931||The thrill is gone||Everett Marshall ; Victor Young||Male vocal solo, with jazz/dance band||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Decca||38331||12-in.||8/16/1934||Lonely heart||Everett Marshall||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Decca||38332||12-in.||8/16/1934||Let me be born again-1||Everett Marshall||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Decca||38333||10-in.||8/16/1934||Song of love||Everett Marshall||vocalist, baritone vocal|
|Decca||38697||10-in.||9/20/1934||Yours is my heart alone||Everett Marshall||vocalist, baritone vocal|
Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Marshall, Everett," accessed January 31, 2023, https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/117005.
Marshall, Everett. (2023). In Discography of American Historical Recordings. Retrieved January 31, 2023, from https://adp.library.ucsb.edu/names/117005.
"Marshall, Everett." Discography of American Historical Recordings. UC Santa Barbara Library, 2023. Web. 31 January 2023.
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