1950s jazz musician who gained nationwide fame on her behalf 1957 #4 strike single “The Past due, Past due Show.” She began performing in regional dance clubs at age eighteen. She was also known for the albums In the night time, Active!, and Dakota at Storyville. She was briefly wedded to trumpeter Talib Dawud and acquired a brother called Fred who performed the saxophone. She was highlighted within the documentary Jazzwomen with Etta Jones in 2000.
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|Dee Time||1967-1968||TV Series||Herself|
|Not Only... But Also||1966||TV Series||Herself - Special Guest|
|Juke Box Jury||1965||TV Series||Herself - Panellist|
|The Eamonn Andrews Show||1965||TV Series||Herself|
|That's for Me||1965||TV Series||Herself|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1962||TV Series||Herself - Vocalist|
|Timex All-Star Jazz Show||1959||TV Series||Herself|
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