After the "Great War" there was an explosion of popular music, especially in the US. The chart data for this period is sparse, and mostly focused on the USA, this is actually fair since that was where most music revenue was being generated. The top 30 acts of the 1920s were:

His first film, The Vagabond Lover , was promoted with the line, "Men Hate Him! Women Love Him!" [2] while his success brought press warnings of the "Vallee Peril": this "punk from Maine" with the "dripping voice" required mounted police to beat back screaming, swooning females at his vaudeville shows. [5]


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