Yahoo Suche Web Suche


  1. Suchergebnisse:
  1. Helen Humes (* 23. Juni 1913 in Louisville, Kentucky; † 9. September 1981 in Santa Monica, Kalifornien) war eine US-amerikanische Jazz - und Blues -Sängerin. Leben und Wirken.

  2. › wiki › Helen_HumesHelen Humes - Wikipedia

    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.

  3. US jazz and blues singer. First recordings 1927. Replaced Billie Holiday as lead vocalist w. 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.

  4. 24. Juni 2018 · Ausgabe vom 24.06.2018: Helen Humes. Hören. Die Sängerin Helen Humes wurde am 23. Juni 1913 geboren. Mit ihrer klaren Stimme, der rhythmusbetonten Phrasierung und ihrer kreativen Improvisation zählt sie zu den “First Ladies” des Jazz. Erste Blues-Aufnahmen machte sie im Alter von 14 Jahren.

  5. Career. Helen Humes singing with Count Basie, ca. 1940. Humes left New York and moved to Cincinnati to sing at the Cotton Club, where she was first noticed by jazz band leader Count Basie in 1937.

  6. 14. Sept. 1981 · Helen Humes, whose high-pitched, sweet-toned voice was heard with Count Basie's orchestra for four years and who subsequently had a long career as a singer of both ballads and blues, died of...

  7. Active. 1920s - 1980s. Born. June 23, 1913 in Louisville, KY. Died. September 9, 1981 in Santa Monica, CA. Genre. Vocal, Blues, Jazz. Styles. Vocal Jazz, Jump Blues, Swing, Classic Female Blues, Piedmont Blues, Regional Blues. Member Of. Count Basie & His Orchestra. Album Highlights. Staff Picks. Advanced Search. Remove Ads. 404 Error.