Fred Culley was a Canadian bandleader of the early 1920s. In the mid-1920s he and his brother Ed joined Waring's Pennsylvanians. In 1929 the brothers left the band and returned to Canada and formed a band that played at the Royal York Hotel in Toronto (100 Front Street West) until 1932 when the orchestra broke up and Fred Culley returned to the Pennsylvanians as the musical director. He remained with the band until his death in 1966.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
In the Twilight 1929 Montreal, Canada Victor 216556
Moonlight On the Colorado 1929 Montreal, Canada Victor 216556
Stein Song
(Vocal Refrain by Paul Hagan)

(Colcord / Fenstad)
1929 Montreal, Canada Victor 216551
Telling It To The Daises
(Vocal Refrain by Paul Hagan)

(Young / Warren)
1929 Montreal, Canada Victor 216551
The One I Love Can't Be Bothered With Me 1929 Montreal, Canada Victor 216550
When It's Springtime in the Rockies 1929 Montreal, Canada Victor 216550
Artist Instrument
George Beck Trumpet
Bill Charles Violin
Gord Connel Trumpet
Ed Culley Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Fred Culley Director
George DeLaine Drums
Dan Dineen Violin
Bill Gough Tuba
Paul Hagan Vocals
Jimmy Innes Violin
Tommy Miller Clarinet, Alto Saxophone
Norm Nicholson Piano
Sid Pritchard Banjo
Verne Shilling Trombone
Fred Treneer Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone