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Ada Brown was an American blues singer. She is best known for her recordings of "Ill Natural Blues", "Break O' Day Blues", and "Evil Mama Blues.

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Google previewEncyclopedia of the Blues: A-J, index (2006)

by Edward M. Komara

Polk Brooks, "Big" Leon Brooks, Columbus Brooks, Hadda Brooks, Lonnie Broonzy, Big Bill Brown, Ada Brown, Andrew Brown, Arelean Brown, Bessie ( Ohio) Brown, Bessie (Texas) Brown, Buster Brown, Charles Brown, Clarence " Gatemouth" ...

Google previewThe Blues Encyclopedia (2004)

by Edward Komara, Peter Lee

Britton, Joe Brockman, Polk Brooks, "Big" Leon Brooks, Columbus Brooks, Hadda Brooks, Lonnie Broonzy, Big Bill Brown, Ada Brown, Andrew Brown, Arelean Brown, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Blues (2005)

by Edward Komara

Britton, Joe Brockman, Polk Brooks, "Big" Leon Brooks, Columbus Brooks, Hadda Brooks, Lonnie Broonzy, Big Bill Brown, Ada Brown, Andrew Brown, Arelean Brown, ...

Google previewA Century of Musicals in Black and White: An Encyclopedia of Musical Stage Works By, About, or Involving African Americans (1993)

An Encyclopedia of Musical Stage Works By, About, or Involving African Americans by Bernard L. Peterson Jr.

Ada Brown (Mammy Johnson), Alma Smith (Jessie Watkins), Andrew Tribble (George Brown), Putney Dandridge ( Ukelele Kid), Walter Braggsdale (Bill Jones), Maurice Ellis (Pete Johnson), Ethel ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African American Actresses in Film and Television (2009)

by Bob McCann

Ada Brown was a blues singer who performed in the features Stars in Stripes (1938) and Stormy Weather (1943) in a duet with Fats Waller.

Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2014)

Volume 12: Music by Bill C. Malone

Lesser-known recording artists include Sara Martin, Lizzie Miles, Trixie Smith, Ada Brown, Eliza Brown, Cleo Gibson, Edmonia and Catherine Henderson, Mary Mack, Ann Cook, Mary Johnson, Lottie Beamon, Lucille Bogan, Georgia White, ...

Google previewGold: A Cultural Encyclopedia (2011)

A Cultural Encyclopedia by Shannon L. Kenny

Keynes was born on June 5, 1883, in Cambridge, England, to father John Neville Keynes, professor of economics and later academic administrator at King's College, Cambridge, and mother Florence Ada Brown, who had the distinction of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of African American Society (2005)

by Gerald D. Jaynes

In addition to the Katherine Dunham Dance Company, the musical and dance performances featured Cab Calloway, Fats Waller, Ada Brown, Flourney Miller, and the Nicholas Brothers. African American dancers have developed and shaped ...

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