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Jazz Singer Blossom Dearie Dies

6 years agoMusic / Jazz : Jazz Elements

jazz music news, obituaries Blossom Dearie 1926 - 2009 Vocalist’s Career Spanned More Than 50 Years New York jazz singer and pianist Blossom Dearie has died. The woman whose voice was as sweet as her name died on February 9th of natural causes in her Greenwich Street apartment. She was 82. Blossom Dearie’s highly distinctive voice [...]
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