Jordan and Tyler, two colored men, followed. They open, one man at the piano, the other, playing a ‘cello, with green flood lights, playing a slow number, with several other slow numbers following this one, played on violins, and they close with a couple of aged popular numbers. The violinist is a cracker-jack player, and is capable of doing better, while the pianist plays with enthusiasm, and the audience being to let their interest go astray. They walked off just as they came on.
Variety Magazine, LVIII: 17 December 1920