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As a girl, she loved music, and her idols were Louis Armstrong and blues singer. on Billie Holiday closely. He’s been demonstrating how Holiday mimics Armstrong’s phrasing on his radio shows at.
This is why it’s nice to ponder which records will honor Black History Month and stumble upon something like “Billie Holiday Sings the Blues.” Holiday. song covered by various artists, such as.
In 1947, she appeared alongside jazz icon Louis Armstrong as. at age 44 in July 1959. "Billie Holiday, child of sordidness and slums, who rose through the smoky night clubs of Harlem to fame as a.
Such is the case with Louis Armstrong. that speaks to the validity of Armstrong and his group, which included Trummy Young, Edmond Hall, and Billy Kyle. A medley of "Bugle Blues" and "Ole Miss," as.
OKeh then opened a studio in Chicago, recording some of the earliest jazz and blues artists, including King Oliver, Lucille Bogan, Sidney Bechet, Hattie McDaniel, Louis Armstrong and Duke.
It was the same year that Billie Holiday died. Holiday also affectionately and convincingly revisited blues from Bessie Smith’s book and did two sparkling duets with Louis Armstrong: "You Can’t.
Can 15 years have gone by since Chicago blues master Billy Branch released a studio album as bandleader. it was unceremoniously shuttered by the City of Chicago in 2001. Louis Armstrong, Duke.
He explained that jazz once described a certain kind of music during the Louis Armstrong era. “The last row is only 30 feet away.” Patrick Connolly / Orlando Sentinel Karl Berger, Ingrid Sertso,
The gutsy Billie Holiday, fondly remembered as Lady Day. Holiday would run errands for a Baltimore brothel in exchange for a chance to listen to jazz icons Louis Armstrong and Bessie Smith, two.
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blues and country artists into the studio to cut records – in fact, any performer who the early music moguls thought might sell records. Louis Armstrong arrived in Chicago in early August 1922 to play.
Corrections & Clarifications: The date Billie Holiday starred in the film Symphony. Much to her satisfaction, she appeared with her idol Louis Armstrong in the film New Orleans in 1947. 30.
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The less familiar material includes a 1949 recording with singer Billie Holiday ("You Can’t Lose A Broken Heart"), and a 10:31 performance of "St Louis Blues" recorded in. Personnel: Louis.
How do we remember Billie Holiday? As a singer. how she approaches a song in her autobiography, Lady Sings the Blues: I always wanted Bessie [Smith’s] big sound and Pop’s [Louis Armstrong’s].
Like Louis Armstrong, whose singing inspired her to become a jazz musician. Among other things, he establishes the essential factuality of Lady Sings the Blues, in the process filling in certain of.
Next Friday and Saturday at Rosa’s Lounge, Branch and his band the Sons of Blues will pay tribute to the Palm Tavern and its final proprietor, Geraldine "Gerri" Oliver, with a show called "Going to.
The author — who worked as a jazz bassist before becoming a full-time writer — also uses his firsthand knowledge of music to convey the magic of such Armstrong masterworks as “St. Louis Blues. Ella.
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It was 1987 and the venue was riding high with intimate performances by jazz and R&B stars such as Dottie Smith, Robert “Bootsie” Barnes, Billy. blues remain fundamental touchstones for American.
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