Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra - Okeh 8255 (1925)

Bennie Moten p, dir / Lammar Wright, Harry Cooper c / Thamon Hayes tb / Harlan Leonard cl, as / Woody Walder cl, ts, k effect / LaForest Dent bj / Vernon Page bb / Willie Hall d / William Little v.

Recorded in Kansas City on May 14, 1925.

Tweedy Brothers - Supertone 9166 (1928)

Here are two brothers from West Virginia that hit the road in their early teens with their father, a country doctor, behind the wheel. They debuted on radio at Cincinnati's WLW in 1922. A few years later, they recorded for the Gennett company in Richmond, Indiana and many of their recordings made it to Sears labels...such as this one.

Charles Tweedy p / Harry Tweedy fiddle.

Ida Red recorded in Richmond, IN on April 21, 1928 and Buckwheat Batter on July 15, 1928.

The Daily Notes - Canonsburg, PA 
September 28, 1923

The Daily Times - New Philadelphia, OH
June 26, 1928

The Circleville Herald - Circleville, OH
February 12, 1930

The Red Headed Fiddlers - Brunswick 285 (1928)

The Red Headed Fiddlers had their own radio show which aired out of Fort Worth, Texas for a decade until the Depression.

Here is their first record which was issued in 1928. Texas Quickstep was also known as Rachael's Hornpipe, the Rachael here being the wife of Andrew Jackson.

J. Warner 'Red' Graham bj / A.L. 'Red' Steeley fiddle.

Recorded in Dallas on October 18, 1928.

Ernie Freeman Combo - Cash 1017 (1955)

From wikipedia...

Joe Comfort (July 18, 1917 – October 29, 1988) was an American jazz bassist.

Comfort, from a musically oriented Los Angeles family, taught himself bass and began performing with Lionel Hampton's orchestra in the late 1920s, and later began performing with Nat King Cole in a partnership that would continue until the early 1950s. Comfort participated in numerous studio dates in the late 1950s and early 1960s, with such luminaries as Sammy Davis, Jr., Benny Carter and Nancy Wilson. Joe also performed with Frank Sinatra but Joe's adversity to flying, kept him in and around Los Angeles.

Joe's mother, Frances Comfort, was born in Mississippi and played the organ during black and white silent movies. George Comfort, Sr., Joe's father, taught music at Alcorn State University and made sure all his children could read music. Joe's brother, George Comfort was a singer, a music teacher and actor who performed with Dorothy Dandridge in Porgy and Bess, and many other films. George Comfort was active in film and in television until his seventies; his most memorable roles included a role in Baretta with Robert Blake.

Joe's wife, Mattie, was the inspiration for Duke Ellington's "Satin Doll."

Charles Mingus, in his autobiography, Beneath the Underdog, states that when he was a child living in the Watts section of Los Angeles, it was Joe Comfort who taught the young Mingus how to play the double bass.

Ernie Freeman p / Irving Ashby g / Joe Comfort b / Ray Martinez d.