Royal G. "Rusty" Bryant (November 25, 1929, Huntington, WV, March 25, 1991, Columbus, Ohio) was a tenor and alto saxophonist. Bryant grew up in Columbus, Ohio and became a fixture of the local jazz and R & B scene. . He signed with Dot Records in 1955 and released several albums as a leader in the second half of the 1950s. In 1952, his live recording "All Night Long", a faster version of "Night Train", became a hit R & B single in the U.S.