Turner Layton  (1894-1976)
Last updated: 23.04.22
According to the Internet source given below, together with Henry Creamer Turner Layton Jr. was part of the successful songwriting and vaudeville duo Creamer & Layton. They chiefly remembered for their After You've Gone (1918) published by Broadway Music Corp., New York, USA and Way Down Yonder in New Orleans (1922) published by Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., New York & Chicago, USA
John Turner Layton, Jr., was an American songwriter, singer and pianist born in Washington, D.C. After his success with Henry Creamer he left for London in 1924 teaming up with Clarence "Tandy" Johnstone as a member of the group Layton & Johnstone. Layton split with Johnstone in 1935 continuing to perform in England but with less success.
He died in London.
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audioextmp315.gif After You've Gone Edison Blue Amberol: 3666 Gladys Rice
This list is arranged in chronological order and contains 3 works by Turner Layton (1894-1976). It does not claim to be complete and represents only the number of items located.
Title Year Attribution Remarks
       
Dear Old Southland 1921 H. Creamer (words)
Ruby Norton (perf.)
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Little Love-Nest in the Hills, The 1922 Gordon Johnstone (words)  wvicon.gif
Creole Love Songs 1923 Gordon Johnstone (words)  wvicon.gif