|Talking Machine World, February, 1928|
Okeh made many jazz and dance records.
Frankie Trumbauer was a saxophone player who wrote, arranged and lead. His orchestra usually included his friend, cornetist Bix Beiderbecke. Bix was a major figure in 1920s jazz. He influenced many later trumpet players. "I'm Coming, Virginia" also featured guitarist Eddie Lang, who is listed above as "Ed."
Miff Mole was a jazz trombonist who often led bands.
Boyd Senter was a reed player who frequently led a group called the Senterpedes. Eddie Lang was a pioneering jazz guitar soloist.
Violinist Joe Venuti frequently worked with Eddie Lang. Joe Venuti was famous for his quirky sense of humor. He sent Wingy Manone, the one-armed trumpet player, a gift of one cufflink.