A legend from your ragtime years who unfortunately by no means recorded, Tony Jackson is remembered primarily due to Jelly Move Morton’s terms of compliment, and because of his structure “Pretty Baby” learning to be a regular. He was a favorite entertainer in Storyville (where he began employed in the 1890s) who was simply not just a experienced ragtime pianist, but a ballad and blues vocalist, a talented accompanist, and an excellent composer. Jackson spent amount of time in Louisville during 1904, toured using the Whitman Sisters, and worked well through the entire South as well as the Midwest. He relocated completely to Chicago in 1913, and made up “Michigan Drinking water Blues” and “The Nude Dance,” both which had been documented in the past due ’30s by Jelly Move Morton. He passed away of syphilis at age 44.