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Layton & Johnstone

A piano/vocals duet with heavy classical impact, Layton & Johnstone were staid but good interpreters of American popular tune through the ’20s and early ’30s. They marketed over 10 million information during their period together, a lot of that was spent in Britain (these were perhaps one of the most …

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Turner Layton

Early American vaudeville and show tunes pianist/composer Turner Layton is best-known for his use lyricist Henry Creamer. Their most well-known songs consist of “AFTER YOU HAVE Eliminated” (1918), “Dear Aged Southland” (1921), and “Method Down Yonder in New Orleans” (1922). The duo performed vaudeville over the U.S. and in European …

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