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James Allen Bland was born at Flushing, New York, the son of the freeborn Allen Bland, who became the first Negro Examiner of Patents.

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While in London especially he found not only fame but fortune. Unfortunately, like so many stars since and probably not a few before, Bland was a grasshopper rather than an ant, and he returned home at the turn of the century with little or nothing to show for his triumphant odyssey.

The turn of the 20th Century saw too the rise of other forms of black music, most notably ragtime. He turned to writing a full blown musical, The Sporting Girl, but it was not a success. James Bland died in May 1911 from tuberculosis, and was buried with little or no fanfare. It was not until 1939 that his grave was located and a proper headstone erected on it. A few of his efforts can be found in the SongFacts database.

The second half of the 20th Century has been "buy cheap jintropin online" kinder to Bland. There are two housing projects named after him: one in the town of his birth, the other in the Deep South.