Edward Meeker

Edward Meeker
I'm a Yiddish Cowboy (1908)
Born January 22, 1874
East Orange, New Jersey
Died April 19, 1937(1937-04-19) (aged 63)
Orange, New Jersey
Nationality American
Spouse(s) Margaret Wood Meeker [1]
Children one son, two daughters
Parent(s) Enoch and Hattie Meeker
Take Me Out to the Ball Game
"Take Me Out to the Ball Game", announced and sung by Edward Meeker

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Edward Meeker (January 22, 1874 – April 19, 1937) was an American US singer and performer, best known for his appearances on the recordings of Thomas Edison, as an announcer, and performing songs like "Chicken Reel" and "Take Me Out To The Ball Game", as well as reading vaudeville skits and providing sound effects.

Meeker was born in East Orange, New Jersey and died in Orange, New Jersey.


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