by Uncle Dave Lewis
According to Frank Powers the Pat Dollohan Orchestra was a "Detroit area (Flint, Michigan) territory band which played as far south as Dayton, Ohio." Gennett 6711, noted below in the discography, was a good seller for Gennett, and is fairly 'common' for an Electrobeam.

Special thanks to Dave Bartholomew.

Title Recording Date Recording Location Company
Gypsy 12-24-28 Richmond, Indiana Unissued
G14603
I Want To Be Bad
(Ray Henderson / Lew Brown / Buddy DeSylva)
3-24-29 Richmond, Indiana Unissued
G14858
Just For You And Me 12-24-1928 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6711
G14602
Maybe This Is Love 3-4-1929 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
G14589
My Suppressed Desire
(Cohen / Miller)
12-24-1928 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6711
G14601
My Tonia
(Ray Henderson / Lew Brown / Buddy DeSylva)
3-4-29 Richmond, Indiana Unissued
G14857
Smiling Skies 12/24/28 Richmond, Indiana Unissued
G14600
Sweethearts On Parade
Vocal Chorus by Lynn Foster

(Carmen Lombardo / Charles Newman)
12-1928 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6697-A
Champion
15637
G14521
Sweet Liza 6/3/29 Richmond, Indiana Unissued
G15050
True Blue Lou
(Dobin / Coslow / Whiting )
3-4-1929 Richmond, Indiana Gennett
6784
Champion
15699
G14860
Withered Roses 12-1928 Richmond, Indiana Unissued
G14522
You Made Me Love You
(James V. Monaco / Joe McCarthy)
6-3-29 Richmond, Indiana Unissued
G15051
Unissued records (source: the Gennett ledgers, "from a photocopy once owned by Lennie Kunstadt"-Steven Abrahms. Some of these records may survive in the form of tests.)
Artist Instrument
Teninty Boliver Trumpet
(Jim?) Brewster Alto Saxophone
Pat Dollohan Leader
Allen Dunn Tenor Saxophone
Virgil Fisher Alto Saxophone
Lynn Foster Vocals
Doug Larmor Piano
Mac McLean Banjo, Guitar
Don Preston Trumpet
Ralph Quatermas Drums
Gerald Recklin Tenor Saxophone
Bob Sawyer Trumpet
Gordon Woods Tuba