Alberta Hunter: a celebration in blues

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McGraw-Hill, Mar 1, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 311 pages
The only authorized life story of Alberta Hunter, the legendary blues singer who rose from a poverty-stricken Memphis home to the rank of world-class entertainers in the forefront of the American jazz scene. 24 pages of photographs.

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Familiar to audiences in the 1980s as a regular performer at the Cookery in New York, Alberta Hunter actually had begun singing in public before the first World War and had achieved worldwide fame as ... Read full review


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