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  1. La Billy Eckstine Orchestra fue la primera big band bop, y su líder reflejaba las innovaciones bop adaptando sus armonías vocales a las baladas normales. A pesar del matiz moderno del grupo, Eckstine encabezó las listas frecuentemente a mediados de los cuarenta, con temas como "A Cottage for Sale" y "Prisoner of Love".

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    • 8 de marzo de 1993 (78 años), Pittsburgh (Estados Unidos)
  2. Billy Eckstine William Clarence Eckstine (July 8, 1914 – March 8, 1993) [1] was an American jazz and pop singer and a bandleader during the swing and bebop eras. He was noted for his rich, almost operatic bass-baritone voice. [2]

  3. Billy Eckstine (1914–1993) Actor | Soundtrack + Add or change photo on IMDbPro » Billy Eckstine was born on July 8, 1914 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. He was an actor, known for Fido (2006), Detroit (2017) and Skirts Ahoy! (1952). He was married to Carolle Drake and June Harris. He died on March 8, 1993 in Pittsburgh. See full bio » Born:

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  4. Billy was in his prime then. About 25 years later we were living in DC and saw that he was appearing at a blues club in Georgetown (Blues Alley) and we went to see him again. He was much thinner...

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  5. Eckstine, the son of a Pittsburg chauffeur and seamstress, began his singing career in a church bazaar at the age of eleven. The family moved to Washington, where he ran errands at the Howard Theater for Ethel Waters - earning enough pocket money to enter a talent contest, which he won in 1932.

  6. I Guess I'll Have To Dream The Rest. I Left My Hat In Tahiti. Todas las canciones Traducciones Cifrados

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