1947 - 1953

Late 1940s record label specializing in releases for roller rinks.

Fred H. Freeman, operator of Bal-A-Roue Rollerway in Medford, Mass. announced the Dance-Tone Record Company in June, 1947. Most of the releases on the Dance-Tone label feature Hammond Organ solos by Phil Reed. The company was successor to the H & W Recording Company and production operations were initially located in New Hyde Park, NY. Dance-Tone operations moved to Revere, Mass. in late 1947.

The company stopped producing records in the early 1950s and listed its recording equipment for sale in March, 1953.

Source: Discogs