Frank Melrose had a piano design which was often quite much like Jelly Move Morton’s. He’s best-known for his function in the past due 1920s. Melrose spent almost all of his operating profession in Chicago. He started on violin and was mainly self-taught on piano. Melrose documented with Junie and Jimmy Cobb, Johnny Dodds, Jimmy Bertrand, the Beale Road Washboard Music group, the Windy Tempo Kings, the Kansas Town Tin Roof Stompers as well as the Cellar Kids; he also documented 13 titles like a innovator from 1929-30, some beneath the pseudonyms of Kansas Town Frank or Broadway Rustus. Although becoming in Chicago helped him gain some reputation in the past due ’20s, Melrose’s decision in which to stay the Windy Town led to his obscurity during a lot of the 1930s. He worked well in the 1933 Chicago World’s Good with Bud Jacobson, trained music, was with Pete Daily briefly in 1940 and sometimes worked well beyond music. Melrose worked well in local night clubs until his early loss of life.