Maxine Brown (1897-1956)
Last updated: 31.10.23
p_brownmax.jpgAll that can presently (June 2023) be gleaned about Maxine Brown from sheet music covers and by Internet searching is that she was presumably an American actress/singer who has been featured on 4 works published between 1924 and 1925.
Her portrait on the left is taken from I Wanna Go Where You Go - Do What You Do (1925) music by Cliff Friend, words by Sidney Clare & Lew Brown published by Irving Berlin Inc., New York, USA. Here she is decribed as "The Sweetheart of the Air".

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This list is arranged by composer and contains 4 works performed by Maxine Brown who is featured on sheet music covers. It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located. Keys: (w&m)
     Title Composer Attribution Remarks
perf15.jpg Oh How I Miss You Tonight (1924) Benny Davis(w&m) Joe Burke (co-author)
Mark Fisher (co-author)
Frank Bessinger (perf.)
Maxine Brown (perf.)
Eva Clark (perf.)
Jim Doherty (perf.)
Lieut Frankel (perf.)
Steve Freda (perf.)
Johnny Hamp (perf.)
Mary Jayne (perf.)
Louise Lake (perf.)
George Lipschultz (perf.)
Roy Steffens (perf.)
Betty Taylor (perf.)
Frank Wright (perf.)
perf15.jpg My Sweetie Turned Me Down (1925) Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn (words)
Maxine Brown (perf.)
Ed. & Morton Beck (perf.)
Maxine Loomis (perf.)
Virginia Loomis (perf.)
perf15.jpg Yes Sir! That's My Baby (1925) Walter Donaldson Gus Kahn (words)
Maxine Brown (perf.)
Margie Carson (perf.)
Thomas E. Fullmer (perf.)
Nick Lucas (perf.)
Georgia Melodians (perf.)
Don Romine (perf.)
Roy Steffens (perf.)
Welder Sisters (perf.)
perf15.jpg I Wanna Go Where You Go - Do What You Do (1925) Cliff Friend Sidney Clare (words)
Lew Brown (words)
Grace Aldrich (perf.)
Maxine Brown (perf.)
Gerald Griffith (perf.)
Louise Lake (perf.)
Adele Rowland (perf.)
Betty Taylor (perf.)