Fred Fisher

Fred Fisher
Fred Fischer
September 30, 1875
January 14, 1942
United States
Songwriter, who immigrated to the United States in 1900 from Germany. He was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1970.
Doris Fisher Daughter
Marvin Fisher Son
Dan Fisher Son


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Songs written by Fred Fisher

Original songs

Title Written by Originally by Original date Covered by
Blitzkrieg Baby Fred Fisher, Doris Fisher Una Mae Carlisle with Orchestra 1941 Covered by (4 artists)
Chicago (That Toddling Town) Fred Fisher The Bar Harbor Society Orchestra 1922 Covered by (83 artists)
Come Josephine in My Flying Machine (Up She Goes!) Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan Harry Tally 1911 Covered by (9 artists)
Dardanella Felix Bernard, Fred Fisher, Johnny Black [1] Covered by (37 artists)
Happy Days and Lonely Nights Billy Rose, Fred Fisher Harmony Brothers 1928 Covered by (14 artists)
I'd Rather Be Blue over You (Than Be Happy with Someone Else) Billy Rose, Fred Fisher Vincent Richards & His Orchestra 1929 Covered by (5 artists)
Jazz Girl Fred Fisher Covered by (2 artists)
Peg O' My Heart Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan Jose Collins 1913 Covered by (62 artists)
She Wore a Little Jacket of Blue Fred Fisher, Alfred Bryan, George B. McConnell Covered by (5 artists)
That's When Your Heartaches Begin Billy Hill, Fred Fisher, Willie Raskin Shep Fields and His Rippling Rhythm Orchestra 1937 Covered by (24 artists)
There Ain't No Sweet Man That's Worth the Salt of My Tears Fred Fisher Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra June 1928 Covered by (16 artists)
There's a Broken Heart for Every Light on Broadway Fred Fisher, Howard Johnson Louis Prima and His Orchestra, Lily Ann Carol 1945 Covered by (2 artists)
Whispering Grass (Don't Tell the Trees) Fred Fisher, Doris Fisher Erskine Hawkins & His Orchestra 1940 Covered by (26 artists)
Your Feet's Too Big Fred Fisher, Ada Benson The Ink Spots 1935 Covered by (25 artists)

Adapted songs

Title Written by Originals Originally by Covered by
Dardanella Blues Fred Fisher Dardanella Covered by Billy Murray and Ed Smalle