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Keller Sisters and Lynch
Taddy, Frank, and Nan Lynch

The Keller Sisters and Lynch were a very popular vocal trio in the mid-1920’s through the early 1930’s. They could be found as the vocalists with some of the great orchestras of the 1920’s - Jean Goldkette, Ben Selvin, Ben Bernie, and Vincent Lopez just to name a few. The Keller Sisters and Lynch (KS&L) were the consummate vaudeville performers of the 1920’s, each having started out at a very young age. KS&L appeared on the vaudeville stage throughout their careers performing at various theaters and stage mostly in the New York area.

In 1923 we find the Keller Sisters & Lynch introducing their "Spirit of Youth" act in New York and Washington, DC. A Variety review on August 23, 1923 notes that "they have one of the snappiest acts of its kind on the small time route..." and going on to say "...the girls are good lookers, harmonize well, dance a bit and later show themselves as accomplished musicians. The same goes for the chap working with them".

In 1924 the trio released their first record on Brunswick What’ll I Do?. This is one of their few recordings that feature the Keller’s vocalizing for the entire song instead of just a vocal refrain so prevalent in their later recordings.

In October 1926 and January 1927 the Keller Sisters and Lynch were featured in recording sessions with the Jean Goldkette Orchestra. One recording from the October session stands out as the archetypical recording of The Jazz Age - Sunday (listen below). The song has all the elements of great Roarin’ Twenties music: some of the best all-time session men like Bix Beiderbecke, Spiegle Wilcox, Frank Trumbauer, Joe Venuti, & Eddie Lang, and the Keller trio offering up a few vo-doe-de-o-doe’s in the vocal refrain just for good measure. Although the Keller’s make a brief appearence in this recording, it is their most famous performance on record.

As with most performing acts of the 1920’s, their career lasted only a short ten years or so into the 1930’s.

Veteran Boswell Sisters researcher David McCain shares these KS&L anecdotes with us:

Helvetia ("Vet") Boswell told me that she, Martha, and Connie were apprehensive about their London Palladium debut (this would have been July 1933) because they heard the Keller Sisters & Lynch had had things thrown at them there! Also, Vet let me see a funny telegram from Bing to the Boswell’s dated 1932. It’s addressed to "The Boswell Sisters and Lynch".


Taddy, Frank, Nan - 1923
1923 photo

Biographical Sketch
Here is a short biographical sketch of each. The Keller Sisters were not actually born with the surname of Keller, but Lynch. Frank Lynch was in fact their brother. See Why Keller Sisters? below for explanation of the Keller Sisters name. The sisters were given similar names at each other’s birth - "Annie" for Nan and "Catherine" for Taddy - while their mother is named "Catherine" but later the spelling is "Kathryne". Adding to the sister’s name confusion is the various spellings of Catherine, Katherine, and Kathryne.

The Lynch Family
Father David J. Lynch was born 1875 in Alabama. He migrated his way to Chicago where he was a salesman in his early twenties. He married Catherine ("Kate", nee Anderson in 1879 in Wisconsin, Indiana, or Illinois) and produced the famous trio. The Lynch family moved to Philadelphia in the 1910’s. It was from here that the show business foundation was laid. David became a vaudeville performer of lesser renown than his offspring. It was most likely the father who nurtured his children onto the stage. David died on January 7, 1933 in New York. The Lynch family were devoted Catholics.

Nan Lynch
The oldest of the trio, Nan was born Annie Catherine Lynch (later "Anna" in the 1910’s) on March 16, 1900 in Chicago. Nan would have been in her early twenties when the Keller Sisters and Lynch act started performing in the early 1920’s. In later life she settled in Oklahoma City along with brother Frank and sister Taddy. She worked in the family radio broadcasting at radio station KBYE until her retirement in 1970. She was a member of American Women in Radio and Television (AWRT). She died on December 10, 1975 after an extended illness. Nan was survived by brother Frank. She is buried in Fairlawn Cemetery in Oklahoma City. Nan never married having taken care of her mother most of her life. In the 1930’s Ed Sullivan writing in his "Broadway" column makes several subtle romantic references to Nan referring to her in one column as "having meet the nicest girl". Ed, it is said, was "sweet" on Nan but as best that can be determined, they never dated.

Frank Lynch
Born February 14, 1902 in Chicago. Starting his career also in his early twenties, Frank carried the family name through the act. In 1926, he married former Paramount Junior star Bernice (sometimes spelled “Berniece”) Leu (June 06, 1907-April 25, 1988) who had worked under the name “Iris Grey.” The nineteen-year-old Miss Leu was the daughter of prominent Wichita glass business owner Frank Leu. In 1926 she went to New York and became a Paramount Junior actress who worked along side up and coming movie stars Thelma Todd and Buddy Rogers.

Frank is probably better remembered for his radio broadcasting career in the Mid-West states than his early career as a vaudeville performer. After ending the KS&L act in the 1930’s, Frank moved to Wichita, Kansas and in 1940 moved to Oklahoma City where he bought radio station KBYE in 1948. He later owned radio stations in Wichita, Tulsa, and Little Rock having stayed in the radio business until retirement in the 1960’s. Frank’s son Mike Lynch carried on the family radio business. The last surviving member of the Keller Sisters and Lynch trio, Frank J. Lynch died in Oklahoma City on September 30, 1992. He was survived by three sons and two daughters.

Frank is sometimes mistakenly referred to in various sources (ie, Brian Rust’s American Dance Band Discography 1917-1942) as "Al". Al Lynch who was an orchestra leader of the day and no relation to Frank.

Taddy (Lynch) Pettis
Born Catherine Ann Lynch February 6, 1909 in Chicago, Taddy (sometimes inaccurately referred to in the press as "Teddy") is the youngest of the trio. She started performing on the stage in her early teens. Taddy married dance band leader Jack Pettis in 1929. The union produced a daughter Barbara in March 1930. They were divorced in 1932. In the later years after performing Taddy and Jack Pettis moved to Oklahoma City around 1956 or 1957 along with brother Frank and sister Nan. She worked as an advertising manager of the local magazine Oklahoma City This Week for six years. At the time of her death Taddy worked as a sales manager for Century Printing Co. Taddy died of cancer on July 2, 1962 at the early age of 53. Obituaries list her as Mrs. John (Kathryn) Pettis. She was survived by her husband Jack, brother Frank, sister Nan, and a daughter, Barbara McClure of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Taddy is buried at Gethsemane Cemetery, New Hope, Minnesota.

Taddy’s Headstone
Taddy’s Headstone
(courtesy of Bill McClure, Jr.)

Iris Grey & Charles “Buddy” Rogers-Paramount Picture School, Dec 04, 1925
Iris Grey & Charles “Buddy” Rogers
Paramount Picture School, Dec 04, 1925
(from the author’s collection)

Caption on back of photo:
“The country boy makes bashful advances at a disdainful flapper
in a scene at the Paramount Picture School, played by
Charles Rogers, Olathe, Kan., and Iris Grey, Wichita, Kans.”

Taddy’s husband Jack Pettis
Taddy’s husband Jack Pettis
(courtesy of the Jay McKay family)


Click this link to see the JazzAge1920s Jack Pettis page.



Why are the Lynch sisters named the Keller Sisters?
Frank Lynch daughter Lynda Dowell writes with an explanation of how the Lynch sisters took the name "Keller Sisters":

    "It was my understanding that Taddy was too young to legally perform on the stage so somehow they obtained "fake IDs" with the last name being Keller".

Also, from Jack Foster’s radio column in the New York World-Telegram, Friday, May 27, 1932:

Story of a Name
"The Keller Sisters and Lynch will introduce a WOR series on June 10, [1932] and this recalls the manner in which this vaudeville team was named. Their real handle is Lynch and they are a brother and sisters. But several years ago, when they began trouping, one of the girls [Taddy] was so young that in every city they played the police moved to keep her from the stage. The situation became perilous and perplexing. By chance, they met a friend who had one of those grand ideas. He gave the young girl a forged birth certificate made out to an Ethel Keller, whom she immediately became, since Ethel Keller was of legal age. Whereupon the act grew into Ethel Keller and Her Chums. It was Duke Ellington who suggested the present title. And thereby gave me a paragraph."

With Mother & Father Lynch
With Father & Mother Lynch
(Portrait of bandleader Vincent Lopez on piano)

Photo with autograph
Autographed Photo

Metro Movietone still
Metro Movietone Still

Courtesy of Ron Hutchinson - The Vitaphone Project

Keller Sisters & Lynch - Publicity Still
Publicity Still

Courtesy of Ron Hutchinson - The Vitaphone Project

Variety ad - Dec 6, 1932
Variety ad - New York, Dec 6, 1932

Keller Sisters and Lynch Discography
1924 - 1928

  1. In the Evening (Walter Donaldson) - with Arthur Johnston, piano (Brunswick 2608-B, March 27, 1924)
  2. What’ll I Do? (Irving Berlin) - with orchestra (vocal arrangement by Arthur Johnston) (Brunswick 2608-A, April 11, 1924)
  3. Where the Dreamy Wabash Flows (Cliff Friend-Abel Baer) - with orchestra (vocal arrangement and piano parts by Arthur Johnston) (Brunswick 2653-B, July 11, 1924)
  4. Morning (Won’t You Come ’Round) (Turk-Silver) - with orchestra (vocal arrangement and piano parts by Arthur Johnston) (Brunswick 2653-A, July 25, 1924)
  5. Only You And Lonely Me (Ray Klages-Jesse Greer) - Kensington Serenaders (Ben Selvin & His Orchestra) with The Vaudeville Trio (Vocalion B15365, May 26, 1926)
  6. When the Red Red Robin Comes Bob Bob Bobbin’ Along (Harry Woods) - with Ben Selvin & His Orchestra (Brunswick 3213-B, June 2, 1926)
  7. Roses (Britt-Tobias) - with Carl Fenton & His Orchestra (Brunswick 3217, June 2, 1926)
  8. I Found A Roundabout Way To Heaven (De Costa-Richman-Silver) - with Carl Fenton & His Orchestra (Brunswick 3217, June 2, 1926)
  9. I Love Her! (Robert Simon-Lewis Gensler) - with Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra (Brunswick 3201-A, June 3, 1926)
  10. Nobody Worries ’Bout Me (Sammy Lerner-Buddy Fields-Gerald Marks-Richard Whiting) - Glen Echo Serenaders, Vocal Chorus by The Vaudeville Trio (Vocalion A15427, August 26, 1926)
  11. I’m Walking Around In Circles (Sam Lewis-Joe Young-Fred Phillips) - Glen Echo Serenaders, Vocal Chorus by The Vaudeville Trio (Vocalion B15427, August 26, 1926)
  12. Meet Me In the Moonlight (Al Stillman-Will S Dillon-Val Ernie) - Kensington Serenaders (Ben Selvin & His Orchestra), Vocal Chorus by The Vaudeville Trio (Vocalion A15432, August 31, 1926)
  13. Lay Me Down To Sleep in Carolina (Jack Yellen-Milton Ager) - Kensington Serenaders (Ben Selvin & His Orchestra), Vocal Chorus by The Vaudeville Trio (Vocalion B15432, August 31, 1926)
  14. Petrushka (Billy Rose-Fred Fisher) - with Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra (Brunswick 3308-A, September 7, 1926)
  15. She’s Still My Baby (Willie Raskin-Sam Coslow-Little Jack Little) - with Ben Bernie & His Hotel Roosevelt Orchestra (Brunswick 3308-B, September 7, 1926)
  16. She’s Still My Baby (Willie Raskin-Sam Coslow-Little Jack Little) - with Jay’s Chelsea Orchestra (Vocalion B15437, September 29, 1926)
  17. I’m Forever Dreaming Of You (Johnstone) - with Willie Creager & His Orchestra (Gennett 3389, October 2, 1926)
  18. Why Did You Say Goodbye? (Mack-Allen) - with Willie Creager & His Orchestra (Gennett 3389, October 2, 1926)
  19. Just A Bird’s Eye View (Of My Old Kentucky Home) (Walter Donaldson-Gus Kahn) - with The Ipana Troubadours (Sam Lanin directing) (English Columbia 772-D, October 9, 1926)
  20. Give Me A Ukelele (Lew Brown-Gene Williams) - with The Ipana Troubadours (Sam Lanin directing) (English Columbia 772-D, October 9, 1926)
  21. Sunday [take 2] (Chester Cohn-Ned Miller-Jules Styne-Bennie Krueger) - with Jean Goldkette & His Orchestra (unissued Victor. Bix Restored, Vol. 1, Origin Jazz Library BXCD 01-03), take 2, October 15, 1926)
  22. Sunday (Chester Cohn-Ned Miller-Jules Styne-Bennie Krueger) - with Jean Goldkette & His Orchestra (Victor 20273-B, take 3, October 15, 1926)
  23. Just One More Kiss [take 2] (Harry Owens-Reggie Montgomery) - Frank Lynch, vocal, with Jean Goldkette & His Orchestra (unissued Victor, mx. 36831-2, October 15, 1926)
  24. Just One More Kiss [take 4] (Harry Owens-Reggie Montgomery) - Frank Lynch, vocal, with Jean Goldkette & His Orchestra (Victor 20300-B, mx. 36831-4, October 15, 1926)
  25. Just A Little Longer (Irving Berlin) - with Willie Creager’s Rhythm Aces (Gennett 3404-A, October 19, 1926)
  26. Just A Little Longer (alternate take) (Irving Berlin) - with Willie Creager & His Orchestra (Gennett 3404, October 19, 1926)
  27. Don’t Sing Aloha When I Go (Walter Smith-Ben Black-Charles N. Daniels as Neil Moret) - with Willie Creager’s Rhythm Aces (Gennett 3404-B, October 19, 1926)
  28. Hello, Bluebird (Cliff Friend) - with Vincent Lopez & His Casa Lopez Orchestra (Brunswick 3368, December 6, 1926)
  29. I’m On My Way Home (Irving Berlin) - with Vincent Lopez & His Casa Lopez Orchestra (Brunswick 3368, December 6, 1926)
  30. Proud Of A Baby Like You [take 1] (alternate take 1) (Chris Schoenberg-Leonard Stevens-Paul Helmick) - with Jean Goldkette & His Orchestra (unissued Victor, take 1, January 28, 1927)
  31. Proud Of A Baby Like You [take 4] (Chris Schoenberg-Leonard Stevens-Paul Helmick) - with Jean Goldkette & His Orchestra (Victor 20469-B, take 4, January 28, 1927)
  32. Nesting Time (Monaco-Dixon) - with Charley Straight & His Orchestra (as "The Tuxedo Orchestra") (Brunswick 3516, March 31, 1927)
  33. Side By Side (Harry Woods) - with Charley Straight & His Orchestra (as "The Tuxedo Orchestra") (Brunswick 3516, March 31, 1927)
  34. A Lane In Spain (Carmen Lombardo-Al Lewis) - with Vincent Lopez & His Casa Lopez Orchestra (Brunswick 3517-A, April 9, 1927)
  35. I’ll Just Go Along (Gus Kahn-Ted Fiorito) - with Vincent Lopez & His Casa Lopez Orchestra (Brunswick 3517-B, April 9, 1927)
  36. Red Lips, Kiss My Blues Away (James Monaco-Pete Wendling-Alfred Bryan) - (Rube Bloom, piano) (Perfect 12344, c. May 1927)
  37. Hallelujah (Vincent Youmans-Leo Robin-Clifford Grey) - (Apex 8620-B, May, 1927)
  38. Me And My Shadow (Dave Dreyer-Al Jolson-Billy Rose) - with piano accompaniment (Apex 8620-A, May, 1927)
  39. Sweet Someone (Waggner-Keyes) - Park Lane Orchestra vocal Frank Lynch (Brunswick 3578, Vocalion 15588, June 6, 1927)
  40. Do You Love Me? (When Skies Are Grey) (Rube Wolf-Billy Merrick) - Park Lane Orchestra vocal Frank Lynch (Brunswick 3578, Vocalion 15589, June 6, 1927)
  41. Somebody And Me! (Raymond Klages-Ernie Golden) - with Ernie Golden & His Hotel McAlpin Orchestra (Brunswick 3586, June 10, 1927)
  42. Let’s Make Believe (Harry Harris-Larry Shay) - with Ernie Golden & His Hotel McAlpin Orchestra (Brunswick 3586, June 10, 1927)
  43. When Day Is Done (Stephen Ballantine-Bud De Sylva-Dr. Robert Katscher) - Frank Lynch, vocal, Rube Bloom, piano, acc. By Eddie Lang, with Art Kahn (OKeh 40857, mx81108-A, June 24, 1927)
  44. Sometimes I’m Happy (Vincent Youmans-Irving Caesar) - Frank Lynch, vocal, with Art Kahn (OKeh 40857, June 27, 1927)
  45. No Wonder I’m Happy (My Baby’s In Love With Me) (Benny Davis-Harry Askst) - Frank Lynch, vocal, with Ernie Golden & Hotel McAlpin Orchestra (Brunswick 3604, July 7, 1927)
  46. Together We Two (Irving Berlin) - Keller Sisters, vocals, with Isham Jones’ Orchestra (Brunswick 3685, October 18, 1927)
  47. Maybe This Is Love (Bud De Sylva-Lew Brown-Ray Henderson) - Cloyd Griswald, vocal, Keller Sisters & Brother Lynch, background vocals, with Benson All Star Orchestra (Columbia 1648-D, November 17, 1928)

Keller Sisters and Lynch Film Shorts

Film Location Release Date Songs Reviewer’s Comment
Metro Movietone Act
1 reel
New York March 30, 1929 "Doin’ The Racoon"
"What a Night for Spoonin’"
"Where’d You Get Those Eyes"
Girls nice looking and whole act clings to a class level.
Metro Movietone Act
No. 88
1 reel
New York October 5, 1929 "How D’Ya Do?"
"I’m Ka-razy for You"
"If I Had You"
Lacks punch and seems tedious at times.
"Bits of Broadway"
Metro Movietone Act
No. ?
1 reel
New York October ?, 1929 Irving Berlin’s "Yasha Michaeloffsky" A pleasing variety group of moderate strength.
Vitaphone Billboard
Release 1926
New York January 1936 "Why Did We Have to Grow Up?"
"Nagasaki"
"Lulu’s Back in Town"
Cast includes: Liazeed Arabs, Jane & Katherine Lee, Keller Sisters & Lynch, Joe Peanuts.

Film Shorts Sources
Vitaphone Films: A Catalogue of the Features and Shorts. Roy Liebman, ©2003, McFarland & Company, Inc.
The First Hollywood Sound Shorts, 1926-1931. Edwin M. Bradley, ©2005, McFarland & Company, Inc.

I’m Sitting Pretty - 1923
1923

I’m Sitting Pretty - 1923
1926

I’ll Follow You - 1932
1932



Lynch Family Photos
The following photo presentation comes courtesy of the Jack Pettis Family (represented by Jay McKay and Tommie Healy) and shows the Lynch family from the early 1920’s through the early 1960’s. Enjoy!

Taddy, Nan, Kitty 1917
Taddy (8 years old), unknown, unknown, unknown, Nan (age 17), “Kitty” Lynch (Nan & Taddy’s mother) - 1917
Note Chester Conklin in “Dodging His Doom” (Keystone, March 1917) poster on right.
Also “Her Candy Kid” (March 1917) from Triangle Film Corporation

Early 1920’s business card
Early 1920’s business card

Unknown, Taddy, Kitty, Nan, Bernice - 1930
Unknown, Taddy, Kitty, Nan, Unknown - 1930

KS&L Publicity Still - 1930
KS&L Publicity Still - 1930

Keller Sisters & Lynch on stage - 1932
Keller Sisters & Lynch on stage - 1932

Studio Portrait - 1932
Studio Portrait - 1932

WOR Radio - 1933
WOR Radio - 1933

Taddy and 4-year old daughter Barbara - 1934
Taddy and 4-year old daughter Barbara - 1934

Bloom Studio, Chicago - 1934
Bloom Studio, Chicago - 1934

NBC Radio, New York - 1934
NBC Radio, New York - 1934

On stage beside the piano - 1936
On stage beside the piano - 1936

On stage in Boston - 1936
On stage in Boston - 1936

Taddy in Chicago - 1938
Taddy in Chicago - 1938

WBBM Radio, Chicago - 1939
WBBM Radio, Chicago - 1939

Vo-Doe-De-O-Doe’ing in New York - 1939
Vo-Doe-De-O-Doe’ing in New York - 1939

Daughter Barbara & Taddy - c. 1941
Daughter Barbara & Taddy - c. 1941

Barbara & Taddy - 1942
Barbara & Taddy - 1942

Taddy at USO - 1942
Taddy at USO - 1942

Taddy, unknown, Nan at USO - 1943
Taddy, unknown, Nan at USO - 1943

Taddy & Barbara - 1943
Taddy & Barbara - 1943

Nan and Taddy, Oklahoma - 1954
Nan and Taddy, Oklahoma - 1954

Nan and Taddy, Oklahoma - 1954
Nan and Taddy, Oklahoma - 1954

Nan and Taddy, Oklahoma - 1954
Nan and Taddy, Oklahoma - 1954

Nan, Oklahoma - 1960
Nan, Oklahoma - 1960

Taddy & Nan, Oklahoma - 1954
Taddy & Nan, Oklahoma - 1954

Taddy & Nan, Oklahoma - 1960
Taddy & Nan, Oklahoma - 1960

Taddy, Oklahoma - 1960
Taddy, Oklahoma - 1960

Taddy, Christmas, Oklahoma - 1961
Taddy, Christmas, Oklahoma - 1961
This is probably the last known photo of Taddy
taken before her death in 1962

Beside the piano, Boston - 1936
Beside the piano, Boston - 1936
Taddy looking at photographer!

Chicago - c. 1930s
Chicago - c. 1930s

Taddy at the park, unknown date
Taddy at the park, unknown date

Taddy in Chicago, date unknown
Taddy in Chicago, date unknown



Acknowledgements
Special thanks to David McCain for his assistance in making the Keller Sisters and Lynch web page possible.

And lots of vo-doe-de-o-doe’s go out to Jay McKay and Tommie Healy presenting the Jack Pettis family for the generous set of Lynch family photos presented above.

Remembering
Rich Conaty
Rich Conaty
1954-2016

Click on each image for a larger view

Taddy, Frank, Nan - 1922
Early Photo
1922


Bebe - 1923
1923


Photo - 1930
1930


Photo - 1927
1927


Me And My Shadow - 1927
1927


My Blue Heaven - 1927
1927


Beloved - 1928
1928


Cabin In The Cotton

Nan Lynch
Nan Lynch


Frank Lynch
Frank Lynch


Taddy Lynch
Taddy Lynch


Iris Grey
Iris Grey
(Bernice Leu)


Jack Pettis
Jack Pettis
(Taddy’s husband)


What’ll I Do - 1924
What’ll I Do
1924


Vitaphone Project
The Vitaphone Project


Nobody Worries 'Bout Me - Vocalion 15427
As
"The Vaudeville Trio"
Vocalion 15427


HA-HA-HA-HA-HA - 1924
1924


Me And My Shadow - Apex 8620
Apex 8620


Rosy Cheeks - 1927
1927


If You Were Only Mine - 1932
1932


I’d Love You All Over Again - 1924
1924


Don’t Sing Aloha When I Go - Gennett 3404-B
Gennett 3404-B (1926)


What Do We Do On A Dew-Dew-Dewy Day - 1927
1927


Mindin’ My Business - 1923
1923


Whatcha Gonna Do Do Now - 1928
1928


Lay Me Down To Sleep In Carolina-Vocalion 15432
Vocalion 15432


Meet Me In The Moonlight-Vocalion 15432
Vocalion 15432


Nesting Time-Brunswick 3516
Brunswick 3516


Side By Side-Charlie Straight-Brunswick 3516-A March 3 1927
Brunswick 3516


The Lady I Love - 1932
1932


It’s A Man - 1923
1923


Why Did You Say Goodbye - Herschel 2006-A
Herschel 2006-A


I’m Forever Dreaming of You - Herschel 2007-B
Herschel 2007-B


I’m On My Way Home - Brunswick 3368-B
Brunswick 3368-B


Capitol Flyer - 1928 - Front
Capitol Flyer
Oct 6, 1928
Front


Capitol Flyer - 1928 - Back
Capitol Flyer
Back
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