Lucille Hegamin was the second person to make a Blues record after the initial success of Mamie Smith's breakthrough recordings in 1920. Hegamin's first record was "Jazz Me Blues" and "Everybody's Blues" on the Arto label. The record was released under the name of Lucille Hegamin accompanied by Harris's Blues And Jazz Seven; after that her backup band would go by the name of the Blue Flame Syncopaters. The band was led by her husband Bill Hegamin, and they toured the country with her. Lucille's next record came out a few months after her first record and was "Arkansas Blues" and "I'll Be Good But I'll Be Lonesome". "Arkansas Blues" was one of the most popular records of 1921. It was such a hit that Mamie Smith recorded a cover version of Hegamin's hit that same year and the Mound City Blue Blowers would also have a hit with it in 1924. Hegamin continued to record and tour with the Blue Flame Syncopaters until 1922. Lucille and her husband divorced in 1923. She continued to be very popular throughout the rest of the 1920s.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Aggravatin' Papa
(Roy Turk / J. Russel Robinson)
1922 New York, New York Cameo
270
Muse 270
Arkansas Blues
(Spencer Williams)
2-1921 New York, New York Arto
9053-A
Banner
1014-A
Black Swan 2032-A
Paramount
20053-A
Beale St. Mama
(Why Don't You Come Back Home)

(Roy Turk / J. Russel Robinson)
1922 New York, New York Cameo
270
Muse 270
Lincoln 2019
Can't Feel Jolly Blues
(B.T. Brown / W. Lee)
11-1921 New York, New York Arto
9119
Everybody's Blues
(Tom Delaney)
11-1920 New York, New York Arto
9045-B
Paramount
20053-B
Cleartone
C-45-B
Getting Old Blues
(Hirsch / Talbert / Kelley)
5-1921 New York, New York Arto
9074-B
He May Be Your Man But He Comes To See Me Sometimes
(Lemuel Fowler)
11-1921 New York, New York Arto
9129
He May Be Your Man
(But He Comes To See Me)

(Lemuel Fowler)
2-1922 New York, New York Paramount
20108-B
Puritan
11108-B
He May Be Your Man
(But He Comes To See Me Sometimes)

(Lemuel Fowler)
2-1922 New York, New York Banner 1048
Regal
9315-B
He May Be Your Man
(But He Comes To See Me Sometimes)

(Lemuel Fowler)
1-1923 New York, New York Cameo
287
He's My Man
(You Better Leave Him Alone)
4-1921 New York, New York Arto
9058
High Brown Blues
(Jack Yellen / Milton Ager)
2-26-1922 New York, New York Paramount
20127-B
Regal
9315-A
I Ain't Givin' Nothin' Away Blues
(L.E. Zoefler)
11-1921 New York, New York Arto
9119
I Like You Because You Have Such Loving Ways 4-1921 New York, New York Arto
9068
I'll Be Good But I'll Be Lonesome
(Fred Fisher)
2-1921 New York, New York Arto
9053-B
Paramount
20052-B
Puritan
11052-B
I Wonder Where My Brownskin Daddy's Gone?
(T.A. Hammed / R.H. Stark)
4-1921 New York, New York Arto
9063-A
I've Got The Wonder Were He Went
(And When He's Coming Back Blues)

(George A. Little / Abert E. Short)
11-1921 New York, New York Paramount
20108-A
Puritan
11108-A
Regal
9318-B
Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
11-1920 New York, New York Arto
9045-A
Banner
1014-B
Paramount
20052-A
Puritan
11052-A
Cleartone
C-45-A
Jazz Me Blues
(Tom Delaney)
11-1920 New York, New York Black Swan
2032-B
Lonesome Monday Morning Blues
(Lucille Hegamin / Spencer Williams)
5-1921 New York, New York Arto
9074-A
Mama Whip! Mama Spank!
(If Her Daddy Don't Come Home)

(Roy Turk / J. Russel Robinson)
4-1921 New York, New York Arto
9058
Mississippi Blues
(Lucille Hegamin / Spencer Williams)
10-1921 New York, New York Arto
9105
Bell
P-105-A
Hytone
E-105 A
Now You've Got Him Can You Hold Him
(I Don't Think You Know Your Business Blues)

(Williams / Robinson)
6-1923 New York, New York Cameo
343
Papa Papa
(I Don't Want To Be Your Mama No More)

(Fred Rose)
1-1923 New York, New York Cameo
287
State Street Blues
(Spencer Williams / Babe Thompson)
2-26-1922 New York, New York Paramount
20127-A
Regal
9318-A
Strut Miss Lizzie
(Henry Creamer / J. Turner Layton)
5-1921 New York, New York Arto
9069-B
Hytone
K-69 B
Sweet Mama Papa's Getting Mad
(P.L. Frost)
5-1921 New York, New York Arto
9069-A
Hytone
K-69 A
Voo Doo Blues
(Hegamin / Hammed)
8-1922 New York, New York Arto
9169
Bell 169
Globe 7169
Wabash Blues
(Dave Ringle / Fred Meinken)
10-1921 New York, New York Arto
9105
Bell
P-105-B
Hytone
E-105 B
Waiting On The Evening Mail
(Sitting On The Inside Looking Outside)

(Billy Baskette)
6-1923 New York, New York Cameo
343
Lincoln 2056
Wang Wang Blues
(Gus Mueller / Bert Johnson / Henry Busse)
5-1921 New York, New York Arto
9068
You Can Have Him I Don't Want Him Blues
(Tracey / Dougherty)
8-1922 New York, New York Arto
9169
Bell 169
Globe 7169
You'll Want My Love
(Lucille Hegamin / Spencer Williams)
4-1921 New York, New York Arto
9063-B
You've Had Your Day
(Edwards)
11-1921 New York, New York Arto
9129
Artist Instrument
Ralph Euscudero Tuba
Clarence Harris Alto Saxophone
Bill Hegamin Piano
Lucille Hegamin Vocals
Charlie Irvis Trombone
Wesly Johnson Trumpet
Wilton "Peaches" Kyer Piano
Kaiser Marshall Drums
Jim Reevy Trombone