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Julie Wilson

Cabaret singer and music theater superstar Julie Wilson was created in Omaha, Nebraska, in 1924, the girl of Russell Wilson, a coal salesman, and Emily Bennett Wilson, who became a hairdresser. She shown a pastime in movie theater and music in her youngsters and began performing with local rings at …

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Roger Williams

Pianist Roger Williams’ sweeping, gleaming arpeggios, showy technique, and gentle easy hearing arrangements produced him perhaps one of the most popular pop instrumentalists from the past due ’50s and ’60s. Like a great many other easy hearing music artists, he blurred the limitations between pop, jazz, and traditional, creating a …

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