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Helen Humes (June 23, 1913 – September 9, 1981) was an American singer.  Humes was a teenage blues singer, a vocalist with Count Basie 's band, a saucy R&B diva, and a mature interpreter of the classic popular song.  Early life She was born on June 23, 1913, in Louisville, Kentucky, to Emma Johnson and John Henry Humes.
Helen Humes (* 23. Juni 1913 in Louisville , Kentucky ; † 9. September 1981 in Santa Monica , Kalifornien ) war eine US-amerikanische Jazz - und Blues -Sängerin.
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- Swing, Vocal
Count Basie's Orchestra in 1938. Solo artist 1940's to 1960's before withdrawing from music for several years. Comeback in 1973 at the Newport Jazz Festival and remained musically active until her death. Born: June 23, 1913 // Louisville, KY , United States. Died: September 9, 1981 // Santa Monica, CA , United States.
Helen Humes was one of the most appealing jazz singers of the late '30s, and of the late '70s. Her comeback in her last few years was a welcome event, and all of her recordings for Muse are recommended. This one finds her backed by a veteran sextet including tenorman Buddy Tate, trumpeter Joe Wilder and pianist Norman Simmons. Her versions of ...
Helen Humes was a versatile singer equally skilled on blues, swing standards, and ballads. Her cheerful style was always a joy to hear. As a child, she played piano and organ in church, and made her first recordings (ten blues songs in 1927) when she was only 13 and 14.