Charles McCarron

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Charles McCarron (1891–1919) was a United States Tin Pan Alley composer and lyricist. McCarron is credited on such numbers as "Fido Is a Hot Dog Now", and "Eve Wasn't Modest 'till She Ate that Apple". He collaborated with other composers including Albert Von Tilzer and Chris Smith.


  • Album by (Albert Nicholas)
  • 1891 in music New Orleans-Chicago Connection (1959)
  • A Night at Birdland, Vol. 2 2003
  • Blues for Night People (1957 Album by Charlie Byrd)
  • Blues My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me (1919 Vocal Classical Work with Casey Morgan and Arthur Swanstrom)
  • Dixieland USA (1996 Album by Matty Matlock)
  • Doctor Jazz (1957 Album by George Lewis)
  • Down in Honky Tonky Town (1916 w. Charles McCarron m. Chris Smith)
  • In New Orleans (1975 Album by Earl Hines)
  • The Fabulous Sidney Bechet and His Hot Six (1951 Album by Sidney Bechet)
  • Patchwork (Classical Album)
  • When the Lusitania Went Down (1915 with Nathaniel Vincent)
  • When Old Bill Bailey Plays the Ukalele (1915 with Nathaniel Vincent)
  • "Oh Helen!" (a comedy stuttering song), composed with Carey Morgan

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