The American Quartet was a four-member vocal group that recorded for various companies in the United States between 1899 and 1925. The membership varied over the years, but the most famous line-up - comprising John Bieling (first tenor), Billy Murray (second tenor), Steve Porter (baritone), and William F. Hooley (bass) - recorded for the Victor Talking Machine Company from 1909 to 1913
Let Me Call You Sweetheart. US Billboard 1 - Nov 1911 (17 weeks), Library of Congress artifact added 2015 (1911), Music Imprint 2 of 1910s, RIAA 125. 2. Peerless Quartet. The Lights of My Home Town. US Billboard 1 - Mar 1916 (7 weeks), Brazil 28 of 1917. Way Down Yonder in New Orleans. US invalid BB 3 of 1922, US Billboard 9 - Dec 1922 (2 weeks), POP 14 of 1922. I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier. US Billboard 1 - Apr 1915 (13 weeks). 45. I'd Love to Fall Asleep & Wake up in My Mammy's Arms. US Billboard 5 - Nov 1920 (4 weeks). 8. Arthur Fields & Peerless Quartet. Any Place the Old Gang Goes (I'll be There). US Billboard 10 - Jun 1918 (1 week).
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In 1916 the song in the charts was The Lights of My Home Town by Peerless Quartet. 2016. The Lights of My Home Town by Peerless Quartet.
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|A||–American Quartet||America, I Love You!
Written-By – Archie Gottler, Edgar Leslie
|B||–Peerless Quartet*||You'll Be There!
Written-By – E. R. Ball*, J. Keirn Brennan
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
NotesMale Quartet with orchestra
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): O 17902A 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): T 17902B 2