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Tag Archives: Billie Holiday

GRAMMYS 2018: Jazz recordings inducted into the Hall of Fame

The Recording Academy has announced a list of 25 recordings that will be inducted into…

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10 actors who played real-life jazz artists

Actors need to hit all the right notes when playing real-life musicians. Here is a…

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A short history of … “Easy Living” (Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin, 1937)

“Easy Living” was written by composer Ralph Rainger and lyricist Leo Robin in 1937. Their…

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A short history of … “Good Morning Heartache” (I. Higgenbotham, D. Fisher, E. Drake, 1946)

“Good Morning Heartache” was written by Irene Higgenbotham, Dan Fisher, and Ervin Drake for vocalist…

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“All of Me” (Gerald Marks, Seymour Simons, 1931)

“All of Me,” is arguably the most famous composition by Gerard Marks and Seymour Simon….

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First set of releases to celebrate Verve Records’ 60th anniversary due out this month

By Matt Micucci   Verve Records will celebrate its 60th anniversary throughout 2016 with a…

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Billie Holiday – Strange Fruit

Billie Holiday as featured in the Summer issue of JAZZIZ To read the full article…

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Summer 2015 – Billie Holiday

To view the Full Digital Edition Magazine for Summer 2015 you must be a subscriber….

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The Hunting of Billie Holiday

How Lady Day found herself in the middle of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics’ early…

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