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lily morris # 2

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I realised that I won’t be able to post stuff for a few days because I am off into hospital tomorrow. So here is some background information on Lily Morris. Don’t forget to watch the video as well. It is a cracker…

Lily Morris
was born in London in 1884, her career began at the age of 10 when she appeared in Pantomime at Drury Lane, and she then went on to tour with Moss Empires as a ‘juvenile’. She is described in the British Music Hall: An Illustrated Who’s Who, 1850 – Present Day as ‘a chorus singer with a big voice and a personality to match’ . She had a number of hits with including In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree, Don’t Have any More Mrs Moore, and the one recorded here Why am I Always the Bridesmaid ‘which took her to the top of the bill and to the Royal Variety Performance in 1927’ . Lily Morris died in 1952.


Written by ellenloudon

June 27, 2007 at 9:30 am

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  1. Hope you’re ok – and that next few days aren’t too bad!


    June 27, 2007 at 11:15 am

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