Brennan, J. Keirn

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Born: Nov 24, 1873 AD
Died: 1948 AD, at 74 years of age.

Nationality: American
Categories: Songwriter


1873 - Born on November 24th in San Francisco, California. American songwriter.

1912 - He co-wrote the song "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling".

1914 - He joined ASCAP as a charter member, his musical collaborators included Ernest Ball, Rudolf Friml, Billy Hill, Karl Hajos, Harry Akst, Walter Donaldson, Werner Janssen, and Maurice Rubens.

1929 - Co-wrote the film, The Show of Shows.

1948 - Died on February 4th in Hollywood, California.

         - His song compositions include "Dear Little Boy of Mine", "Goodbye, Good Luck, God Bless You", "Empty Saddles", "Turn Back the Universe", "When My Boy Comes Home", "A Little Bit of Love", "My Bird of Paradise", "I'll Follow the Trail", "You Hold My Heart", and "Ireland Is Ireland to Me".

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