Ernest Shand is today rather neglected as a music hall performer, but in his time he was one of the top stars. Starting in the theatre, he was an immediate success when, in 1899, he first appeared on the Halls. Although his recordings seem to have survived in quite small numbers, they give a great account of the many faces of this distinctive performer.
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