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9417
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Blackburn recounts the life of Nina Simone, who was born in Tryon and died in the south of France. Her career as a singer and composer of jazz and popular music spanned fifty years. Her music embraced all styles: jazz, folk, classical, pop, gospel, blues, Broadway, rock, and opera and was recorded in over fifty albums.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 75 Issue 4, Sept 2007, p92-94, 96-98, il, por Periodical Website
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20422
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Since Lonnie Davis, a New Orleans expat and accomplished jazz flutist moved to Charlotte seven years ago, she has quietly invigorated the area's jazz community through the work of her nonprofit, the Jazz Arts Initative, which highlights the jazz masters from the Carolinas: Coltrane, Gillespie, and Simone to name a few.
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39933
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This article features 12 women from North Carolina being: Virginia Dare; Cornelia Phillips Spencer; Dolly Payne Madison; Charlotte Hawkins Brown; Marie Watters Coleman; Katie G. Dorsett; Nina Simone; Sarah Parker; Mary Elizabeth Alexander Hanford Dole; Patricia 'Pat' Timmons-Goodson; Beverly Marlene Moore Perdue; Jennifer Pharr Davis