b. USA. A highly effective vocalist of jazz and pop requirements of her day time, Cavanaugh was energetic primarily in the 40s and 50s. In 1946, she toured European countries with Don Redman’s music group and can become heard in the concert documented in Geneva performing ‘Stormy Climate’. Obviously, she required to Europe just like European audiences required to her and in the past due 50s and 60s she was frequently to be noticed in Germany. In 1958, she toured Germany in funnel with ex-Duke Ellington trumpeter Nelson Williams, after that citizen in Paris, and a support band of youthful German music artists. She also performed in Denmark and throughout a 1968 check out she sang on fifty percent the tracks with an recording documented by Teddy Wilson’s trio in Copenhagen, the additional musicians becoming drummer Bjarne Rostvold and Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen. Although she was not as popular by everyone as her skill deserved, Cavanaugh was respectable by music artists. Interviewed in Melody Manufacturer in 1954, pianist Mary Lou Williams recalled that this vocalist’s house was regarded as ‘an uplifting spot for music artists’. The pianist continued to convey that Erroll Garner habitually spent his leisure time there, playing and composing, and exposed to her interviewer that Cavanaugh experienced confided that Garner ‘once sat gazing at a subdued desk lamp… then made up something to match the feeling, which he entitled ‘Lamplight’.’ Among Cavanaugh’s rather few record classes was 1 with Garner in 1944 and another with Billy Kyle, in the past due 30s. The producing tracks show up on the particular leader’s classes released on Compact disc in Classics Information’ Chronological series.