Ban-Joe Wallace's Orchestra played at Rector's Resturant on Broadway at 48th Street in New York in 1916. The drummer in the band was Earl Fuller who left the band to form Earl Fuller's Rector Novelty Orchestra which began playing Rector's in January of 1917.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Down Honolulu Way 12-1916 New York, New York Emerson
7162
Learning
(Tucker / Buffano / Stieger)
2-1921 New York, New York Okeh
Mazie
(Caine / Dawson / Gold)
2-1921 New York, New York Okeh
4280-A
Shadowland 12-1916 New York, New York Emerson
7123
Wait Until You See My Madeline
(Albert Von Tilzer)
4-1921 New York, New York Okeh
4330-B
Artist Instrument
Ban-Joe Wallace Banjo
Earl Fuller? Drums in 1916?
unknown Cornet, Drums, Tombone, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Violin, Piano