NORMAN LONG

 
Norman Long was first heard on the BBC on 28th November 1922, his claim was that he was the first entertainer to be 'made' by radio. 'A Song, a Smile and a Piano' was Long's sobriquet although the BBC changed his radio billing to 'A Song, a Joke and a Piano' on the basis that you can't hear a smile! Long had a complimentary career in the recording studio where he produced many 78 rpm discs between 1922 and 1941.
 
Don't 'Old With It...........................
 
It Wouldn't Do For The Duke, Sir..
 
My Little Austin Seven....................
 
A Tale Of Other Times....................
 
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