The Ladies who Sing with the Band

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Scarecrow Press, Jan 1, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 141 pages
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The chronicle of a life in American popular music, recounted with wit and honesty. It is more than the story of one talented artist, evoking an era when territory and name bands - each with its own girl singer - crisscrossed America. Betty Bennett Lowe's account should bring back memories for those who lived through the time and provide valuable insight for those too young to remember.

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Chronologically (though very loosely) organized, Bennett's loquacious autobiography is entertaining rather than thought-provoking and offers little real insight into the world of jazz singing and life ... Read full review

Contents

The Early Years
1
Royce Stoenner
15
New York Adventures
23
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Betty Bennett began performing in territory bands in 1941, and since then has performed all over the world and with some of jazz's greatest performers.

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