Adams, James B 'Jimmy' 'Jimmie' 4.oct.1888-19.dec.1933 USA New Jersey, Paterson - California, Los Angeles Glendale
singer, silent film actor and comedian, 1900 residing with his parents at 69 Temple Street in Paterson, 1910 he started his career on stage in vaudeville and 1917 in silent film, 1919 residing at 1053 Ridgewood Place in Los Angeles, 1930 he starred with Bud Jamison as singing vagabonds 'The Rolling Stones' touring America, he died aged 45 from a heart attack ; son of blacksmith Edward Adams (New Jersey aug.1860-) and Rachel Jones (Wales may.1865-)

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[] Down on the farm (they all ask for you). 1923
dedicated to Frank Silver and his Banana Boys
words and music by Billy Dale, Charles Parrott, Jimmy Adams and Harry Harrison
pub Skidmore Music Co., New York 1923
Hugo Frey, The Manhattan Merrymakers (rec.26nov1923). Victor Recordings

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