Among the legendary unrelated Smith performers from the 1920s, Clara Smith was never on Bessie’s level or seeing that significant seeing that Mamie but she had something of her own to provide. She began focusing on the theater circuit and in vaudeville around 1910, learning her build during the following 13 years whilst travelling through the entire South. In 1923 Clara Smith found NY and she documented continuously for Columbia through 1932, trimming 122 songs frequently with the support of top music artists (specifically after 1925) including Louis Armstrong, Charlie Green, Joe Smith, Freddy Jenkins and Wayne P. Johnson (in 1929). Plus she documented two vocal duets with Bessie Smith and four with Lonnie Johnson. She was billed because the “Queen from the Moaners” although Smith in fact experienced a lighter and sweeter tone of voice than her contemporaries and primary rivals. She performed through the entire country (actually appearing around the Western Coastline during 1924-25) and in Harlem revues during her primary years. Clara Smith was energetic until soon before her loss of life in 1935 from center failure at age 40.