Blue Coal Minstrels

Copyright 2017, J. David Goldin

These are all the examples of this program in the radioGOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of October 29, 2017. The programs are listed chronologically, partial dates appear first, unknown dates appear last.


5517. Blue Coal Minstrels. 1931. Program #20. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. Sponsored by: Blue Coal. Prepared by Ruthrauff and Ryan Advertising. The first tune is, "Way Down Yonder In The Corn Field." Glen Alden (interlocutor), Tambo and Bones, Billie Dauscha ("The Blue Coal Mammy"), Fred Vettel (tenor), Larry Pryor and His Blue Coal Orchestra, Al Bernard, Joe Venuti, The Blue Coal Quartet. 13:34. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5516. Blue Coal Minstrels. 1931. Program #14. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. Sponsored by: Blue Coal. Prepared by Ruthrauff and Ryan Advertising. The first tune is, "When The Rest Of The Crowd Goes Home." "Glen Alden" is a pseudonym. Glen Alden was the name of the coal company that sold "Blue Coal." Joe Venuti, Glen Alden (interlocutor), Tambo and Bones, Billie Dauscha ("The Blue Coal Mammy"), Fred Vettel (tenor), Larry Pryor and His Blue Coal Orchestra, Al Bernard. 13:55. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5515. Blue Coal Minstrels. 1931. Program #13. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. Sponsored by: Blue Coal. Prepared by Ruthrauff and Ryan Advertising. The first tune is, "The Big Bass Viol." Larry Pryor and His Blue Coal Orchestra, Tambo and Bones, Glen Alden (interlocutor), Billie Dauscha ("The Blue Coal Mammy"), Fred Vettel (tenor), Al Bernard, Joe Venuti, The Blue Coal Quartet. 13:50. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5513. Blue Coal Minstrels. 1931. Program #1. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. Sponsored by: Blue Coal. Prepared by Ruthrauff and Ryan Advertising. "Tambo" is played by Al Bernard, who was a well-known minstrel. Joe Venuti is heard in the band. "Glen Alden" is taken from the makers of Blue Coal, "The Glen Alden Coal Company." The first tune is, "Moan You Moaners." Billie Dauscha ("The Blue Coal Mammy"), Fred Vettel (tenor), Larry Pryor and His Blue Coal Orchestra, Al Bernard, Joe Venuti, Glen Alden (interlocutor), Tambo and Bones. 13:35. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

5514. Blue Coal Minstrels. October 23, 1931. Program #11. Syndicated, Columbia transcription. Sponsored by: Blue Coal. Prepared by Ruthrauff and Ryan Advertising. The first tune is, "Now That You're Gone." The date above is the date etched on the matrix. Glen Alden (interlocutor), Tambo and Bones, Billie Dauscha ("The Blue Coal Mammy"), Fred Vettel (tenor), Larry Pryor and His Blue Coal Orchestra, Al Bernard, Joe Venuti. 14:00. Audio condition: Excellent. Complete.

Report contains 5 programs.