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“empress of the blues”s today bessie smith is still remembered as the “empress of the blues” bessie smith was admitted a lifelong work. Described by cbc as a, “bawdy, bluesy, boozy rollicking night out at the theatre,” the show follows the life, loves and career of blues and jazz singer bessie smith, called the “empress of the blues” the devil’s music: the life and blues of bessie smith is conceived and directed by joe brancato of penguin rep, and written by. Bessie smith (ca 1894-1937) was called the empress of the blues her magnificent voice, sense of the dramatic, clarity of diction (you never missed a word of what she sang) and incomparable time and phrasing set her apart from the competition and made her appeal as much to jazz lovers as to lovers of the blues.
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