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Arthur Francis Collins (February 7, 1864 – August 3, 1933) was an American baritone who was one of the most prolific and beloved of pioneer recording artists, regarded in his day as "King of the Ragtime Singers". He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and moved with his family to Barnegat, New Jersey around 1879 and as a teenager worked as a volunteer lifesaver on the Jersey shore, beginning an enthusiasm for sailing that became a lifelong pursuit.
Arthur Collins may refer to: Arthur Collins (singer) (1864–1933), American singer. Arthur Collins (theatre manager) (1864–1932), manager of Drury Lane Theatre. Arthur Greville Collins (1895–?), American film director. Arthur A. Collins (1909–1987), founder of Collins Radio. Arthur D. Collins Jr. (born 1947), chairman of Medtronic. Arthur Collins (politician) (1832–1911), New Zealand politician. Arthur R. Collins (born 1960), American political consultant.
And a Little Bit More - Single. Arthur Collins may have been the most widely recorded vocalist of the early 20th century, for the eager Edison engineers alone concocting some 200 solo sides as well as another 100 releases as part of the popular duo Collins & Harlan
Arthur Collins is a former scaffolder and businessman from Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, who was known for dating Towie star Ferne McCann. The Sun first revealed the pair were an item back in June 2016 – but they split following a trip to Ibiza. The pair rekindled their romance the following March after Ferne failed to find love on reality show Celebs Go Dating. Ferne later revealed she was keen to move in with Collins, telling OK! magazine: We spend every night together anyway. But a jury found him guilty of carrying out the acid attack that left clubbers in agony and sparked a panicked evacuation and a massive emergency response. Collins' co-defendant, Andre Phoenix, 21, of Tottenham, North London, was acquitted of four counts of grievous bodily harm and two of actual bodily harm. CCTV footage played in court showed Collins throwing a substance into the face of another man before scattering it over others.
Arthur Francis Collins (7 February 1864-3 August 1933) was a singer who recorded a significant amount of early records. His 1905 recording "The Preacher and the Bear" was the first record to sell two-million copies, and remained the biggest selling record until the dance bands of the '20s. After about 1905, his solo records were eclipsed by the duets he recorded with Byron Harlan, including the original hit version of "Alexander's Ragtime Band (Remastered)" in 1911.
Popular comedy duo of Arthur Collins and Byron G. Harlan from the early 1900s. Sites: lo. ov, ad. ibrary. Members: Arthur Collins, Byron G. Harlan. Variations: Viewing All Collins And Harlan.
This is the moment that Ferne McCann's ex Arthur Collins is spotted wearing a 'Candy Killer' t-shirt at Mangle E8 in Dalston, East London during the bank holiday. Arthur Collins Snr, 55, and his wife Jackie, 53, were arrested by police hunting for their son, the father of TOWIE star Ferne McCann's baby, after he threw acid in a London nightclub.
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