Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers

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.


100488. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. May 6, 1933. Program #2. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. The orchestra opens with, "Chicago." The Deacon's sermon is about, "Gang Wars." The body of the show only, being a syndicated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 12:23. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100489. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. May 9, 1933. Program #3. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. The Deacon's sermon is about, "Prohibition." The first tune is, "Twelfth Street Rag." The body of the show only, being a syndicated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 12:44. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100490. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. May 13, 1933. Program #4. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. The second is, "It's All The Same To Me." The Deacon's sermon is about, "Black Birds" ("Jail Birds"). The body of the show only, being a syndicated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 12:15. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

100491. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. May 16, 1933. Program #5. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. The first tune by the orchestra is, "Are You From Dixie?" The Deacon's sermon is about aviation ("Flying Angels"). The body of the show only, being a syndicated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 11:49. Audio condition: Very good to excellent. Incomplete.

3960. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. May 20, 1933. Program #6. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. A blackface pastor and his musical congregation ("Amos 'n' Andy" type characters). The program has also been dated June 10, 1933. The first tune is, "Runnin' Wild." The Deacon's sermon is about, "Face Lifting." The body of the show only, being a syndicated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 12:11. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

100492. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. June 20, 1933. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. The program starts with snoring. The program begins with snoring. The first tune is, "Here Comes The Sun." The Deacon's sermon is about, "Did The Deacon Take Food?" The body of the show only, being a syndicated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 12:55. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

3961. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. June 20, 1933. Program #7. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. The program has also been dated June 17, 1933. The first tune is, "That Lonesome Road." The body of the show only, being a syndictated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 12:14. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

101345. Deacon Brown and His Peacemakers. June 24, 1933. Continental Broadcasting Corporation syndication. The first tune is, "That Lonesome Road," the second tune is, "Good Times Are Coming." The topic of the Deacon's sermon is, "Good Times Are Coming." The body of the show only, being a syndicated show, the date is subject to correction. Kenneth Spencer (?). 11:46. Audio condition: Very good. Incomplete.

Report contains 8 programs.