He was born on February 17, 1928 (died on March 06, 1949, he was 21 years old) in Lawrence.
Alfred A. Al Bernard was an American vaudeville singer known as The Boy From Dixie who was most popular during the 1910s through early 1930s. read more
Is Al Bernard still alive?
No, he died on 03/06/1949, 72 years ago. He was 21 years old when he died. He died in Monterey
What was Al's zodiac sign?
Al Bernard zodiac sign was aquarius.
When his last album Historic Recordings - Novelty Songs of the 1920s released, he was 90 years old. This album 'Historic Recordings - Novelty Songs of the 1920s' contains 23 tracks
His first album Hop Off released 24 years ago, he was 68 years old. There were 16 songs in this album.
He graduated from Cornell University
Top Al Bernard Songs
- Hesitation Blues (Album Really the Blues?: A Blues History (1893-1959), Vol. 1 (1893-1929), released 8 years ago)
- Beale Street Blues (Album Really the Blues?: A Blues History (1893-1959), Vol. 1 (1893-1929), released 8 years ago)
- Yodelin' Bill - (Album Historic Recordings - Novelty Songs of the 1920s, released 3 years ago)
- Hokey Pokey (Album Pop from the Roaring 20s Vol. 1, released 7 years ago)
- St. Louis Blues (Album Here Come The Boys - 1925-1932, released 10 years ago)
- Roll Them Roly Boly Eyes (Album Minstrel Show - Early Minstrelsy in America, released 9 years ago)
- Bluin' The Blues (Album From Ragtime to Jazz Vol. 4 1896-1922, released 15 years ago)
- Read ‘em And Weep (Album The Missing Link: How Gus Haenschen Got Us from Joplin to Jazz and Shaped the Music Business, released 1 year ago)
- Beale Street Blues (Album Here Come The Boys - 1925-1932, released 10 years ago)
- See Old Man Moon Smile (Album See Old Man Moon Smile, released 8 years ago)
When is Al Bernard's next birthday?
Al Bernard was born on the , which was a Friday