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Lucille Bogan, early american female blues singer.

Full Name: Bessie Jackson
Description: Vocalist, USA
Known For: She first recorded vaudeville songs for Okeh Records in New York in 1923
Instruments: Voice
Music Styles: Blues
Location: United States of America
Web Site: http://www.redhotjazz.com/bogan.html
Date Born: 1st April 1897
Location Born: Amory, Michigan, United States of America
Date Died: 10th September 1948
Location Died: LA, California, United States of America
Cause Of Death: Coronary Sclerosis
Memorial: She is interred at the Lincoln Memorial Park, Compton, Los Angeles County, California.
Summary: She was born Lucille Anderson in Amory, Mississippi in 1897, and raised in Birmingham, Alabama. In 1916 she married Nazareth Lee Bogan, a railwayman, and gave birth to a son.
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