Irene Scruggs

Born 7 December 1901. Died 20 July 1981
Irene Scruggs
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1901-12-07
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Irene Scruggs

Irene Scruggs Biography (Wikipedia)

Irene Scruggs (born Irene Smith, December 7, 1901 – July 20, 1981) was an American Piedmont blues and country blues singer, who was also billed as Chocolate Brown and Dixie Nolan. She recorded songs such as "My Back to the Wall" and "Good Grindin'" and worked with Clarence Williams, Joe "King" Oliver, Lonnie Johnson, Little Brother Montgomery, Albert Nicholas, and Kid Ory. Scruggs achieved some success but today is largely forgotten.

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The Voice Of The Blues
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