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Brox Sisters Cardboard Advertising Display

Click on photo to see the
Brox Sisters & The Rhythm Boys
singing "A Bench in the Park"
Click to see video
From the "King of Jazz" (1930)
Bing Crosby, Al Rinker, Harry Barris
Lorayne, Patrica, Bobbe Brox

Before the Andrews Sisters, before the Boswell Sisters, one of the first sister recording acts were the Brox Sisters. Virtually unknown today, the Brox Sisters were the premiere sister singing group of the 1920s. They starred on Broadway in the Ziegfeld Follies and the Music Box Revue shows.

Brox Sisters & The Rhythm Boys - 1930
Brox Sisters & The Rhythm Boys
Still from "The King of Jazz" (1930)

Brox Sisters - 1923
1923

Click on photo to see the
Brox Sisters singing "Falling in Love Again"
Click to play Falling in Love Again video
from the short Hollywood on Parade (1932)
(wmv format - 4 megs)

Listen to
The Brox Sisters on Rich Conaty's "Big Broadcast"
Rich Conaty's
"Big Broadcast"

MP3s
Red Hot Mama

From top down - Dagmar, Lorayne, Kathleen
From top down:
Dagmar (Bobbe), Lorayne, Kathleen (Patricia)

Brox Sisters

Sittin’ In A Corner - 1923

Victor Catalog - January 1925
Victor Catalog
January 1925

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