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stint at Chicagos. Kellys nightclub in August of 1957, Vaughan recorded a live album with her trio: pianist Jimmy Jones, bassist Richard Davis, and drummer Roy Haynes. She made a pair of intimate vocal/guitar/double bass albums of jazz standards: After Hours (1961) with guitarist Mundell Lowe and double bassist George Duvivier and Sarah 2 (1962) with guitarist Barney Kessel and double bassist Joe Comfort. Arrangers Legrand, Peter Matz, Jack Elliott and Allyn Ferguson teamed up for Vaughan's third Mainstream album, Feelin' Good. " Heritage : Notable Zetas". A b c d e Martin Williams (November 11, 1992). Naive and scared as she could be: right away she figured somebody was giving her a big deal. Sarah Lois Vaughan was born the daughter of Asbury and Ada Vaughan on March 27,1924, in Newark, New Jersey. Debra worked in the 1980s and 1990s as an actress under the name Paris Vaughan.
Retrieved August 9, 2013. Vaughan signed with Mercury again in 1963. However, the relationship with Atkins proved difficult and violent so, following a series of incidents, she filed for divorce in November 1963. Phillips (July 21, 2013). Vaughan was reunited with Billy Eckstine for a series of duet recordings in 1957 that yielded the hit " Passing Strangers ". Jazz artists and critics have described Sarah Vaughan as a musical innovator whose voice reached the level of the finest jazz instrumentalists. It garnered a Grammy Award nomination. Won talent contest at Apollo Theatre in October 1943; joined the band of Earl Mines in April 1943; became member of the Billy Eckstine Orchestra in 1944; performed with the sextet of John Kirby 1945-46; from 1946 onward performed as a solo act; signed. Regardless, after a brief tryout at the Apollo, Hines officially replaced his current female singer with Vaughan on April 4, 1943. Shaping Jazz: Cities, Labels, and the Global Emergence of an Art Form.