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  1. Kim Nalley plays Ella Fitzgerald, singing “Undecided Now” when Fitzgerald was making her first appearance at the Apollo Theater in Harlem. Nalley will sing a tribute to Fitzgerald on Sunday.
  2. The collaborations between Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong have attracted much attention over the years. The artists were both widely known icons not just in the areas of big band, jazz, and swing music but across 20th century popular music in general. The two African-American musicians produced three official releases together in Ella and Louis (), Ella and Louis Again (), and.
  3. Between 19Ella Fitzgerald was signed to Decca ternahouliserroharingsaperchale.xyzinfo early recordings as a featured vocalist were frequently uncredited. Her first credited single was 78 RPM recording "I'll Chase the Blues Away" with the Chick Webb Orchestra. Fitzgerald continued recording with Webb until his death in , after which the group was renamed Ella Fitzgerald and Her Famous Orchestra.
  4. Ella Fitzgerald in s Without Chick Webb, Ella Fitzgerald had to find her own way trough s - somehow simultaneously she lived her biggest triumph ("A-Tisket-A-Tasket" became huge million-selling hit single) and sorrow (Chick Webb passed away) around the same time. Fitzgerald had tons of singles particularly well assembled on 2 CD.
  5. In both of her legs were amputated below the knees. She died at her Beverly Hills home on June 15, In her music career Ella Fitzgerald made more recordings than nearly anyone else in jazz history. The popular singer Bing Crosby summed up the musical legacy of Ella Fitzgerald: "Man, woman, or child, Ella is the greatest." Jazz Musician.
  6. A few years before her death in the s, Fitzgerald had both legs amputated below the knee as a result of complications from diabetes. Often called The First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald performed and recorded with the finest jazz performers of all time, including Benny Goodman, Count Bassie, Dizzy Gillespie, and Teddy Wilson.
  7. Apr 25,  · Ella Fitzgerald circa Getty They’re known as America’s toughest crowd —a raucous group of spectators eager to recognize unknown .
  8. Ella Fitzgerald also known as the "First Lady of Song" and "Lady Ella," was born Ella Jane Fitzgerald on April 25, She passed June 15,During the time in between, she was, arguably, the greatest female jazz vocalist of her or any time, and one of the best vocalists, male or female, of all time.. Blessed with a vocal range spanning three octaves (Db3 to Db6), a purity of tone.
  9. Three CD set containing all the tracks released on Verve Records by Jazz greats Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong as a duo. Spanning the years and , this box set contains the albums Ella & Louis, Ella & Louis Again and Porgy & Bess. 47 tracks total/5(25).

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