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Margie Day

With her gutsy, no-holds-barred delivery, Margie Day (born Margaret Hoffler) surfaced as a good R&B vocalist from the 1950s. As business lead vocalist for the Griffin Brothers Orchestra, Day time double reached the R&B TOP between 1950 and 1951, financing her boisterous tone of voice to “Street-Walkin’ Daddy” as well …

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Ray Copeland

An accomplished composer and instructor, Ray Copeland was a good trumpeter from your ’40s before ’80s in golf swing, bebop, hard bop, and despite having stage rings. He offered many workshops and jazz background programs, and his playing shown a confident, interesting firmness and crackling energy, aswell as effective range …

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