Joe Wilson (29 November 1841 – 14 February 1875) was a Tyneside concert hall song-writer and performer in the mid-19th century. His most famous song is "Keep yor feet still Geordie hinny". He was a contemporary of George "Geordie" Ridley. He wrote and sang in the Geordie dialect of Newcastle upon Tyne, his native speech.

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  • Joe Wilson (29 November 1841 – 14 February 1875) was a Tyneside concert hall song-writer and performer in the mid-19th century. His most famous song is "Keep yor feet still Geordie hinny". He was a contemporary of George "Geordie" Ridley. He wrote and sang in the Geordie dialect of Newcastle upon Tyne, his native speech. (en)
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  • Joe Wilson (29 November 1841 – 14 February 1875) was a Tyneside concert hall song-writer and performer in the mid-19th century. His most famous song is "Keep yor feet still Geordie hinny". He was a contemporary of George "Geordie" Ridley. He wrote and sang in the Geordie dialect of Newcastle upon Tyne, his native speech. (en)
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