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Chubby Parker and His Old Time Banjo

Chubby Parker and His Old Time Banjo

Chubby Parker and His Old Time Banjo


In the 1920’s, for listeners of Chicago-based radio station WLS, Chubby Parker and His Old Time Banjo was a very popular act, entertaining the audience with his repertoire of funny songs, country songs and “negro” songs. Singing, strumming his five-string banjo, blowing his harmonica, whistling a bit, he was a much loved figure before going to oblivion in the depression era, like many others. His most enduring song is undoubtedly 'King Kong Kitchie Kitchie Ki-Me-O' (aka 'Froggy Went A-Courtin') Read more on Last.fm
In the 1920’s, for listeners of Chicago-based radio station WLS, Chubby Parker and His Old Time Banjo was a very popular act, entertaining the audience with his repertoire of funny songs, country songs and “negro” songs. Singing, strumming his five-string banjo, blowing his harmonica, whistling a bit, he was a much loved figure before going to oblivion in the depression era, like many others. His most enduring song is undoubtedly 'King Kong Kitchie Kitchie Ki-Me-O' (aka 'Froggy Went A-Courtin'), which was selected by musicologist Harry Smith for his Smithsonian Folkways Anthology, and was covered by, among others, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Read more on Last.fm.

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