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First Lady of Song

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  • Then in 1956, she began recording the Great American Songbook - albums of music by Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hart, Gershwin, and was called America's First Lady of Song.

    Ella Fitzgerald: America's First Lady Of Song

  • Then in 1956, she began recording the Great American Songbook - albums of music by Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hart, Gershwin, and was called America's First Lady of Song.

    Ella Fitzgerald: America's First Lady Of Song

  • LEMON: When we come right back, special honors for the First Lady of Song.

    CNN Transcript Jan 10, 2007

  • The First Lady of Song graces the first new postage stamp of 2007.

    CNN Transcript Jan 10, 2007

  • The First Lady of Song passed on in 1996, but her music will never ever die.

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  • First Lady of Song, Ella Fitzgerald, and discovered that a mere 70 of those tunes are available for $0.69 - a piddling 3.5 per cent.

    The Register

  • Debbie Duncan isn't called Minnesota's First Lady of Song on a whim.

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  • Debbie Duncan isn't called Minnesota's First Lady of Song on a whim.

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  • Janis Siegel, and the Dizzy Gillespie All-Star Big Band celebrate Ella Fitzgerald , the First Lady of Song, at the Kennedy Center.

    NPR Topics: News

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