Ethel Waters. African-American singer and actress, born Chester, Pennsylvania on Octo, died Chatsworth, California September 1, Inducted into The Grammy Hall of Fame in She started her career in the s singing blues and also performed jazz, big band, and pop music, on the Broadway stage and in concerts.
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· Ethel Waters was a little sparrow that soon soared with eagles – as a singer (jazz, blues, pop, and Gospel), dancer, actress (stage, television, and the big screen), and as the author of two books. Against all odds, Ethel’s life proves that even the unwanted product of a rape can be a tremendous blessing to the world.
Ethel Waters - The Revelers - Harry Akst - Dinah Shore - Sam M. Lewis - Kid Boots - List of s jazz standards - The Boswell Sisters - Popular music - Joe Young (lyricist) - Cliff Edwards - Fletcher Henderson - Martin Block - Louis Armstrong - Okeh Records - Chet Baker - Mosaic Records - Pacific Jazz Records - Josephine Baker - Odeon Records - Brunswick Records - Cab Calloway - Banner.
Sweet Man Ethel Waters & Her Plantation Orchestra. Tell 'em Bout Me (When You Reach Tennessee) Ethel Waters & Her Ebony Four. No Man's Mamma Ethel Waters. Dinah Ethel Waters & Her Plantation Orchestra. Pickininny Blues Ethel Waters. Shake That Thing Ethel Waters. I've Found a New Baby Ethel Waters.
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