Chick Endor (né Charles Knapton Jr.) was a cabaret and revue artist, a crooner who was very popular in New York and London in the late '20s and early '30s. Nevertheless, hardly any biographical information is available. According to The Milwaukee Sentinel he died on September 1st, 1941, aged only 47, "(...) in a Miami Beach hospital, after a long illness. For many years he teamed on the stage with Charles Farrell. The pair toured the world and gave a command performance before King George V in London. (...)". This brilliant record was made in 1929. The uncredited studio orchestra was led by Leonard Joy.