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  1. Ernest Mitchell Andrews Jr. [1] (December 25, 1927 – February 21, 2022) was an American jazz, blues, and pop singer. Life and career. Andrews was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but grew up in Los Angeles, [2] and is said to have been discovered by songwriter Joe Greene in 1945. Greene wrote his biggest hit, "Soothe Me". [3]

  2. Ernie Andrews (* 25. Dezember 1927 in Philadelphia; † 21. Februar 2022 [1]) war ein US-amerikanischer Blues - und Jazzsänger . Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben und Wirken. 2 Diskographische Hinweise. 3 Quellen. 4 Weblinks. 5 Einzelnachweise. Leben und Wirken.

  3. 24. Feb. 2022 · Few artists besides expert jazz and blues singer Ernie Andrews, who died Monday at 94, could claim to owe their big break to the iconic film star Betty Grable, and fewer still could boast that...

  4. 1. März 2022 · Retired for more than a decade, Ernie Andrews fell, broke a hip and was taken to a hospital in Conroe, Texas, where he died 21 February 2022. His wife of 52 years, Dolores Loretta Benemie, died in 1997.

  5. 25. Feb. 2022 · Ernie Andrews, whose suave, booming baritone was an irrepressible fixture in postwar jazz and rhythm and blues — and a prized feature of his adopted hometown of Los Angeles, during and well past the heyday of Central Avenue — died on Monday at Conroe Regional Medical Center, outside of Houston, Texas. He was 94.

  6. 25. Feb. 2022 · Ernie Andrews, a jazz and blues singer who began performing in the ’40s and continued entertaining until well into the 21 st century, died at the age of 94 on Monday (Feb. 21), his family...

  7. 11. März 2022 · Los Angeles vocalist Ernie Andrews was one of jazz’s great ballad and blues men. A suave song stylist whose career spanned almost eight decades, he was one of the last direct links to the glory days of the Central Avenue scene in the 1940s, when LA boasted one of the nation’s most fecund and innovative Black music scenes.