According to the Internet sources given below, Charles Ernest Catcheside-Warrington was a Music hall artist and songwriter born on Tyneside. He was also a recording artist, record producer, and a collector and arranger of "Geordie" songs.
He made his first recordings on wax cylinders in 1893 in London where he was an established music hall star. He returned to Newcastle where in 1907 he recorded Come Geordie ha'd the bairn
, Last Neet
and The Neebors Doon Belaw
. These were followed by recitations, sketches and stories including The Cullercoats Fishwife
and the Census Man and The Fishwife
(which can be heard on The Day We Went to the Coast
) and the School Inspector
. He recorded Hawke's Man at the Battle of Waterloo
, Cushie Butterfield
, and The Paanshop Bleezin
(which can be heard on The Keel Row - Songs of the Urban Tyne
) n 1911.
He made further recordings in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
||Charles Ernest Catcheside-Warrington
||Biography by wikipedia.org
||Catcheside-Warrington's Tyneside Songs
||Song book list by wikipedia.org
||Catcheside-Warrington's Tyneside Stories & Recitations
||Book list by wikipedia.org