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The Kentucky Serenaders

The Kentucky SerenadersOther releases using the Kentucky Serenaders name were a psuedonym for Lanin’s Southern Serenaders.
Thanks to Owen Miller for the recordings on this page.

ddd discography

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Rose Of Washington Square
(Introducing “Jazz Babies Ball”)

(James Hanley / Maceo Pinkard)
3-1-1920 New York, New York Columbia
Venetian Moon
Introducing “In Your Arms”

(Goldberg / Magine)
(Floyd and Glaser)
2-11-1920 New York, New York Columbia

The Kentucky Serenaders

Artist Instrument
Tom Brown Trombone
Ernie Cutting Bass
Marcel Klauberg Tenor Saxophone, Violin
Fatty Moran Alto Saxophone
Roy Moise Drums
Bill Pike Piano, Leader
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