Jazz vocalist Margie Baker pursued her music career part-time for quite some time even though maintaining a full-time work in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA college district and bringing up a family group. She was created in Middle, TX, in about 1937. During Globe Battle II, she shifted with her mom to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, where her mom worked like a riveter within the shipbuilding market. At 15, she graduated from senior high school and visited the College or university of California at Berkeley on the scholarship or grant, transferring after 2 yrs to SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA State University or college, where she got her bachelor’s level in education. She trained elementary college while taking night time classes to obtain her master’s and, later on, Ph.D. level. She spent years employed in the administration from the San Francisco college district, eventually as Movie director of Compensatory Education, responsible for disbursing federal money to help college students at an increased risk, and continued to be at the work until her pension. Meanwhile, Baker managed an extremely different moonlighting profession. In the 1950s, she chaperoned her more youthful sister-in-law, Mary Stallings, a jazz vocalist, at nightclubs where she experienced and befriended music artists like Dizzy Gillespie and Wayne Moody. Usually a jazz and blues lover, she began performing expertly in 1973. She was used primarily from the Hilton resort chain, carrying out at Henri’s Space in the SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Hilton two evenings a week through the college season and five evenings a week through the summertime, also planing a trip to Hilton resorts in other areas of the united states and all over the world. After her pension from her time job, she could devote additional time to executing. In 2003, a concert she provided in San Francisco’s Jazz Preservation Region was documented and released locally as her debut Compact disc, Live at Rassalas. In 2005, at age 68, she got her first nationwide album discharge with Live at Bach Dance and Dynamite Culture, issued by Cover Records.