Betty Roché

Born 9 January 1920. Died 16 February 1999
Betty Roché
Betty Roché

Betty Roché Biography (Wikipedia)

Mary Elizabeth Roché (January 9, 1918 – February 16, 1999) was an American blues singer. Though she had a sporadic career, she became most noted for her version of "Take the "A" Train" with its composer Duke Ellington, and "was famous for her strong, dramatic way of putting across blues material".

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