Don't Sing Aloha When I Go - Johnny Wade and His Hawaiians

Title:
Don't Sing Aloha When I Go - Johnny Wade and His Hawaiians
Category:
NFSA ID:
190797
Year:
1946
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Working on the variety circuit at the time of Ernest Ka’ai’s second Australian show in 1926 was a young entertainer named Charles Wade, who learnt the basics of Hawaiian music and ukulele playing from the Kailis. Within a decade he had changed his name to Johnny and was Australia’s best known performer of Hawaiian material. He appears on around half the Hawaiian records recorded and released in Australia.

Performers:
Johnny Wade and His Hawaiians
Production Company:
Regal Zonophone