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About Buck & Bubbles
John William Sublett (February 19, 1902 in Louisville, Kentucky – May 18, 1986 in New York City), known by his stage name John W. Bubbles, was an American vaudeville performer, dancer, singer and entertainer. Born in Louisville, Kentucky, his family soon moved to Indianapolis. Here, he formed a partnership with Ford L. "Buck" Washington known as "Buck and Bubbles," with Buck playing stride piano and singing while Bubbles tapped, beginning in 1919. The two appeared in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1931 and were the first black artists to appear at the Radio City Music Hall (Last.fm)