The Twilight of Lady Day

By Paul Alexander A new book chronicles the woes and wins of Billie Holiday’s final year. Billie Holiday’s heartbreaking tale is a familiar one for jazz lovers. Born Eleanora Fagan in 1915, Holiday survived a hardscrabble, harrowing childhood and adolescence to become one of the most celebrated jazz singers of all time. However, even as

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