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Lemuel Fowler

( ? - ? 1963)

Lemuel James Fowler was a New York based pianist an songwriter active during the 1920's. There is virtually nothing known about the man's life though it seems he frequently used the pseudonym James Relphow for copyrighting purposes. Fowler's recorded career spanned from 1922 until 1927 and featured the pianist as both accompanist to singers such as Ellen Coleman and Edna Hicks, and as the leader of his own "Washboard Wonders" and "Fowler Favorites". By the late 1920's after appearing on eighty recordings Lem Fowler faded into obscurity.


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