‘Where the Dog Sits on the Tuckerbox’ is a popular foxtrot for voice and piano with words by 'Alf', and music composed by Jack O’Hagan.
In his only filmed performance, broadcaster, singer, composer and performing artist Jack O’Hagan recites his most famous composition 'Along the Road to Gundagai’ (1922).
Jack O’Hagan’s most famous song, 'Along the Road to Gundagai', was written in 1921, and featured in J&N Tait’s pantomime Aladdin at the King’s Theatre, Melbourne, in December 1922.
Jack O'Hagan wrote several songs about the town of Gundagai, including 'Along the Road to Gundagai' (1922), 'Where the Dog Sits on the Tuckerbox' (1938) and '
In this interview with David Johnston, composer Jack O’Hagan explains why he chose the town of Gundagai for his most famous song, 'Along the Road to Gundagai' (1921).
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