JOHNNY MARVIN (died December 20, 1944, age 47) was know as "The Ukulele Ace" and was a very popular band vocalist in the late 1920's. He composed songs for Gene Autry films in the 1930's. He had one top selling record, "Breezin' Along with the Breeze" (Columbia 669, 1926).
Biographical source: "Billy Murray, The Phonograph Industry's First Great Recording Artist," by Hoffmann, Carty, & Riggs
This page was updated on October 4, 1999.