Identified individuals are represented by a biographical sketch, a list of connections to other signatures, and, in most cases, an artifact from the Ransom Centers collections. Help us identify more signatures by submitting your suggested identification.
Eastwood Lane (1879-1951) was a composer of piano suites, the most of famous of which was Adirondack Suites. Today, he is best remembered as a role model to and major influence upon the piano style of Bix Beiderbecke, a jazz musician who gained considerable fame in the 1920s.
An advertisement for Music magazine in The American Mercury 2.6 (June 1924)
This advertisement for Music lists Lane as a member of the editorial staff.