While still in his teens Burr began recording for Columbia. In 1906, he joined the Columbia Male Quartet, which recorded under the name Peerless Quartet for the Victor label. He assumed the leadership of the group in 1910, managing it until 1928. When, after a management change in 1927, Victor decided not to renew the ensemble's contract, Burr disbanded the group and assumed the position of program
director for the Columbia Broadcasting Company (later CBS).
Albert Campbell was a tenor who achieved his greatest success with Albert Burr and his recordings with the Columbia Male Quartet, Peerless Quartet, and the Sterling Trio between 1904 and 1925.
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