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  1. 20/04/2020 · Betty Bennett (October 23, 1921) is an American jazz singer. Born in Lincoln, Nebraska, as a child, she hoped to become an opera singer, studying voice and piano. Her direction was changed when, by way of records, her mother introduced her to the music of Duke Ellington and Count Basie.

  2. Betty Bennett (October 23, 1921 – April 7, 2020) was an American jazz and big band singer. Bennett was born in October 1921. Her first major signing was with the Claude Thornhill band in 1946, the band in which her husband, bassist Iggy Shevak, was playing.

  3. Betty Bennett (born October 23, 1921 in Lincoln, Nebraska, † April 7, 2020) was an American jazz singer. Betty Bennett grew up in Hamburg (Iowa) and initially took piano lessons from her mother, a trained pianist. She later studied piano and singing at Drake University and initially aimed for a career

  4. 10/06/2013 · Betty Bennett (October 23, 1921 – April 7, 2020) was an American jazz and big band singer.. Bennett was born in October 1921. Her first major signing was with the Claude Thornhill band in 1946, the band in which her husband, bassist Iggy Shevak, was playing.

  5. 04/05/1990 · On her first album in almost 40 years, Betty Bennett is joined by a sterling, veteran group of musicians (including her husband, guitarist Mundell Lowe).Her voice is a bit huskier than it was when she was singing with Alvino Rey, Charlie Barnet, and Claude Thornhill, and there's a bit of a quiver from time to time, but those minor flaws won't prevent the listener from enjoying this session.

  6. 08/06/2021 · An experienced, sometimes sultry singer, Betty Bennett also studied piano while attending Drake University. She sang with Georgie Auld in 1943, then performed in a number of bands after completing time in the navy in 1945. These included orchestras led by Claude Thornhill, Alvino Rey, Charlie Ventura, Woody Herman, Charlie Barnet and Stan Kenton.

  7. Betty Bennett (* 23.Oktober 1921 in Lincoln, Nebraska; † 7. April 2020) war eine US-amerikanische Jazzsängerin.. Betty Bennett wuchs in Hamburg (Iowa) auf und hatte zunächst Klavierunterricht bei ihrer Mutter, einer ausgebildeten Pianistin.