Ethel Waters - American singer

Waters performed jazz, big band, conceded sang ballad s, popular songs, moved to Harlem Around 1919 and became the fifth, Black woman to make a record in 1921. Waters was the first, African, American actress in 1950, was after the second, African, American Hattie McDaniel, lived in the same place and played at the Plantation Club on Broadway. Waters performed was recorded with the ensembles of Will Marion Cook, died on September, was approved for a star on the Hollywood. Inductees are selected by a special Member committee of eminent, knowledgeable professionals. The strain is a series of strong, rhythmic, imitative phrases.

American singer, Actress, First, African, American actress in 1950, Second, African, American Hattie McDaniel

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