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Artist Info

Blanche Thomas

Blanche Thomas
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Powered by Audioscrobbler™Blanche Thomas (New Orleans, Oktober 15, 1922 - April 21, 1977 was an American jazz, blues and rhythm & blues singer.

Began her singing career at the old Tick Tock Club. She was a popular singer in many Bourbon Street clubs, sang with Louis Armstrong, Al Hirt, Pete Fountain and "Papa" French. Performed at jazz festivals in several cities, at Carnegie Hall, in the Hollywood Bowl, at the grand opening of the Kennedy Center in Washington, D. C., and the Houston Astrodome. Toured Vietnam with Louis Cottrell.

You Ain't So Such A Much by Blanche Thomas on:
Spirit of New Orleans - The Genius of Dave Bartholomew (Imperial)
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