From the Cotton Club to the “Blues Brothers”, from the roaring 20’s until his death in 1994, Cab CALLOWAY has been a larger than life entertainer, first known for his song created in 1931 that drove him to fame: “Minnie The Moocher”. Read the full story →
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A tune I dig
- The song about the Cotton Club chorus line girl, Amy Spencer. Naughty, naughty song...
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