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My grandmother was a jazz artist in The Cotton club days she played with Louis Armstrong Benny Goodman and most of the top jazz artists of the days she took fat Wallace's radio station when he left for other performances she moved to Colorado in the late 50s where she resided still as a musician but became of gospel legend me and her went to Atlanta Georgia to make an album that Marilyn Mcpartland invited us to participate Ray Charles and other big named artists adored her pinetop boogie woogie which she invented on the keyboards her soothing voice was also her proclaim

My grandmother was a jazz artist in The Cotton club days she played with Louis Armstrong Benny Goodman and most of the top jazz artists of the days she took fat Wallace’s radio station when he left for other performances she moved to Colorado in the late 50s where she resided still as a musician but became of gospel legend me and her went to Atlanta Georgia to make an album that Marilyn Mcpartland invited us to participate Ray Charles and other big named artists adored her pinetop boogie woogie which she invented on the keyboards her soothing voice was also her proclaim

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