Pearl Bailey

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Noun1.Pearl Bailey - United States singer (1918-1990)
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Part 2, on practice, profiles successful programs, such as the Pearl Bailey Library Youth Programs, outreach and community partnership at Stanford L.
Later in his career he toured extensively with artists including Paul Anka, Pearl Bailey, Barbra Streisand, and Bing Crosby, participated in international jazz festivals, and taught jazz workshops and clinics both in the U.
After he was discovered by Bob Hope (opening for Pearl Bailey in Geenwich village back in 1949) Tony swiftly established himself as an accomplished interpreter of everything from popular songs to show tunes to jazz.
Her interests included playing cards, traveling, listening to music from the 'Big Band Era,' especially Ella Fitzgerald and Pearl Bailey, and time spent with family and friends.
Then you had Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Washington, Peggy Lee, Patti Page, Dakota Staton, Pearl Bailey and a dozen others including Doris Day.
Tole has recorded and/or appeared with such legends as Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Bing Crosby, Tom Jones and Pearl Bailey, along with big band directors Nelson Riddle, Bob Crosby, Les Brown, Harry James, Ray Anthony and others.
Following some candid advice from Tudor, she launched into a decade of intensive touring in productions led by black stars like Pearl Bailey, Cab Calloway, and Sammy Davis Jr.
online Tony's big break came in 1949 when comedian Bob Hope noticed him working with Pearl Bailey in Greenwich Village.
You wrote a Richard Pryor biopic for Martin Scorsese, and you've written a play about Pearl Bailey.
That TV show, screened at the end of the 1940s, was seen by singer Pearl Bailey who put Tony into a revue in Greenwich Village which was visited by Bob Hope.
9 when he opened for jazz star Pearl Bailey club in Greenwich Village, New "I was the only white kid on Bob Hope saw me and asked me I told him it was Joe Bari.
bevan's heaven with bev bevan FREDA PAYNE Re-releases (Edsel) BEFORE finding International stardom with worldwide hit disco anthem Band Of Gold Freda Payne was much more into jazz and worked with Duke Ellington, Pearl Bailey and Quincy Jones.